Hypothetical Scenario Questions (let’s start a discussion):
Will the Oil/Gas /energy companies slowly transform by investing in and evolving to non- oil related energy platforms?
What competitive advantages would that give the U.S.A. in the world economic infrastructure?
How much money would or could the U.S.A. Save to add to Global Humanitarian Issues that lead to the development of other nations without the need for military enforcement due to abuse of power in dictator/aristocratic power structures?
How would weather patterns (cooler days for solar power/less sunlight or strategic collection devices in Alaska or the Northern Hemisphere where sunlight is on a longer cycle, more/less wind, hurricanes destroying wind collection methods) affect non-oil based energy solutions?
What other questions/issues have to be debated/discussed to make this oil independence a win-win for both consuming and producing nations (it is assumed that like today, less developed nations will
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