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$190,000,000,000! Wonder the proportion that will go to politicians?

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  10. in-dubious-battle answered: Just imaging what global economic position the US would weild if those kinds of funds were put into developing alternative energies…
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  12. thegreenurbanist answered: hah
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  19. oldparasitesingle answered: Their budget on advertising is higher than research. Id say its .03% from the marketing department, in small bills please for the Caymans
  20. jasonstiff answered: I guess it’s too much to ask the oil companies get ahead of the curve and invest billions in wind and solar power research for the future…
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  22. bobbycaputo said: Now imagine what would happen if they were to invest that money into alternative energy technology instead. :/
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