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MAJOR DEVELOPMENT -- Discovery of Oil in ISRAEL Ten Times Larger than World Average

UK DAILY MAIL





Discovery of oil in ISRAEL means the Jewish state could soon produce 'significant quantities' of 'black gold'... and potentially change the face of the Middle East



Breakthrough made in the Golan Heights close to the border with Syria


Layers of oil are thought to be ten times thicker than the global average 


Oil company is backed by Dick Cheney and media mogul Rupert Murdoch



Experts say they won't know quantity or quality until they begin extracting 








Vast oil reserves have been discovered in Israel that could transform the country into world energy power and change the face of the Middle East for years to come.




Afek Oil and Gas, an Israeli subsidiary of the U.S. company Genie Energy, said the breakthrough came in the Golan Heights, near the border with Syria.





Yuval Bartov, the firm's chief geologist, said there was 'enormous excitement' about the immense wealth it could bring to the Jewish state, which has long yearned for its own resource of '…

20 Richest Golfers : There is a reason they call Arnold Palmer the KING

20 Richest Golfers





1. Arnold Palmer, $675 Million


Arnold Palmer is an American professional golfer who has a net worth of $675 million dollars. He turned into a professional in 1954. 



Today, he is thought to be one of the best golf players ever. He has aggregated many wins and championships over his long and storied vocation. 


Some of these distinctions include: the PGA Tour 62 times and the Championship Tour ten times. 

In 1974, Arnold Palmer was accepted into the World Golf Hall of Fame.
















2. Tiger Woods, $600 Million


Tiger Woods is an American professional golfer who has net worth of $600 million and a yearly compensation of between $50 million and $60 million. 



He has amassed a major, huge assortment of distinctions over his long vocation. As a plainly obvious, they are beyond any reasonable amount to specify here.


 Some of these distinctions include: 71 PGA Tour occasions, 14 professional significant tournaments, the number one rank for more sequential weeks than any other person, PGA Playe…

LA IMPLOSIÓN ES INMINENTE: Preparan a Maria Gabriela para reemplazar a Maduro

@DolarToday / Oct 10, 2015 @ 10:00 am








Muy tarde el comentario de Bloomberg sobre la aspiración de Diosdado Cabello. Discípulos de Chavez rumbo a un enfrentamiento. 



En Caracas un amigo de los círculos bolivarianos me comentó que en las reuniones internas hablan de Maduro como “El Bruto con mayor suerte del mundo”.



Ciertamente Maduro no es el líder de la Revolución ni lo será. 



Pero Diosdado solo lidera las encuestas como el más ODIADO en Venezuela, superando con creces a Hitler, Mussolini, Nerón, Calígula y pare usted de contar.



 El propio Schemel no le quedo más que admitir que son más de 20 puntos la brecha y así todas las encuestas por primera vez en la historia coinciden que el PSUV PIERDE por primera vez desde 1998. 



LO QUE SI SE es que la hija de Chavez, calladita prepara el salto y para muchos es la única que puede recuperar el Legado que le entregaron a este par y lo volvieron “polvo cósmico” pero… Lo cuento la próxima semana.








REGION CAPITAL


GRINGOS TEMBLAD 


Tareck William Saab prepara…

Carbon Sequestration: Too Little, Too Late?

A few carbon capture and sequestration projects are under way, but economics and politics are holding the technology back.




By David Talbot on October 13, 2014



WHY IT MATTERS

The capture and sequestration of carbon dioxide at a huge scale is required to make a dent in climate change.  






This coal power plant in Saskatchewan is the first commercial-scale coal power plant to capture and bury most of its carbon dioxide emissions.








To impede climate change, scientific studies suggest, billions of tons of carbon dioxide need to be captured from hundreds of fossil-fuel power plants in the next few decades—and as soon as possible. Without large-scale carbon capture and sequestration (CCS), other measures—including rollouts of renewable and nuclear power—will not avert catastrophic climate effects in the coming century and beyond (see “The Carbon Capture Conundrum”).






CCS technologies are getting more sophisticated and efficient, and a few full-scale projects are going online. At the same time, researc…