The Oil biz is one of the dirtiest industrial complexes out there. Considering the role Big Oil has played in the development, or lack of development depending on your position, they have been one of the most influential entities thus far.
How far does it go? Where does it stop? I dont even know where I’m going with this yet. So far I just found some cool shit out in the desert I wanted to share. If anyone reading this can help me fill in some blanks pl send me a kite.
If you look around my site you will see fairly quickly I got a thing for canals. We live on a water-based biome yet very few of us have any kind of relationship with the water even though it consists of the larger portion of the area. Most of the population resides within a few miles from the coast but other than a glance out of the car window what role does it play in daily live?
My point is I dont think it has always been like that, in fact I think the lack of water utilization is very new and short lived. The Pre-Reset world was different. They used canals everywhere, like we use asphalt streets.
The evidence is everywhere, just nobody knows what to look for and if they do happen to find something they don’t even know what they’re looking at. This is not their fault, people only know what they’ve been taught, which unfortunately isn’t very much. How to vote and pay taxes.
I have mentioned a few things that are used to cover up evidences of any sort that goes against their false narrative; golf courses, state parks, amusment parks. parking lots. Strip mines have got to be on the list. Any sort of erosion control is usually a cover, as is any large area of young forest.
One thing I have never considered until today are the Oil Fields. Theres a few places I want to share and at the end, who knows, maybe it will lead to an answer, probably it will only lead to more questions.
“What do canals and oil fields have to do with each other?”, I heard you ask. Well maybe nothing, I already said I dont know either, I know enough to understand that the operations going on in remote areas with no oversight or transparency are up to some top level cruddy shit. I’m not talking about the ecological disasters either, this is archeological and historical damage.
Google Earth has been a usful tool, I mean, you have to get over the whole globe thing, and satellites too, but as far as I know its the birds-eye tool available. Two things can be separated by only a few miles but bc it happens to be across an invisible border it falls into a separate compartment and never gets thought of. If you know where to get the thing that sees bed rock through water and vegetation that is what I really would like.
First off lets take a look at a few canal systems still functioning so you can get a feel for what Im saying :
Middle East Oil Fields