posted on May, 12 2011 @ 06:08 AM
First off, a disclaimer regarding 'peak oil'.
Last time I was in Canada, I had to warn the Canadian officials of a possible terrorist act in the tunnel, on the inbound side. My assumption was that
since every car coming back into Canada was most likely fully fueled, it would be the perfect tear-iss fuel source. In America, gas was around $2
/gallon. It was simply twice as much the second you crossed the border, so it was really no great stretch for me to help them with this usable
information. They insisted on looking me over at length, so I thought I'd give them some pointers. Tear pointers.
During prohibition, runners used boats hopped up with surplus WW1 airplane engines. Maybe if the tunnel melted down there'd be more of those hopped
up boats making the rounds.