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If humanity has passed the point where the oil supply is declining, which suggests the most practical response?

start hoarding oil in underground tanks as a hedge against a future without oil
increase funding for government agencies like NASA to find other habitable planets
map out the oil-rich regions of the world, then systematically invade and occupy them
reduce dependency on fossil fuels, and find alternate sources of energy

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asked by Heather
  1. And your answer?

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    posted by Ms. Sue
  2. C?

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    posted by Heather
  3. Do you really think we ought to go to war to steal fossil fuels? I vigorously disagree!

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    posted by Ms. Sue
  4. B

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    posted by Heather
  5. Why did you choose that answer?

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    posted by Ms. Sue
  6. d makes more sense bc we reduce dependency on oil and substitute it with other types of fuels

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    posted by jenny
  7. aight miss sue be quiet y'know? the mates just wants to know the likely futures so just tell em aight

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    posted by h.
  8. Ms. Sue do you have any issues at home or relationship issues? cause if you do, no need to take it out. especially on here. Dang you are very emotional. All im trying to do is get answers so i can pass a class but its hard with your rude mouth over here so be nicer and respectful. and if you hate your job quit it and find a new one. you can accomplish anything as long as you put in the work.

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    posted by MJ
  9. The answers D then?

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  10. I agree with MJ!

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    posted by Malia
  11. On god lmao

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    posted by Rmy
  12. Wow you guys are really something aren't you? MJ she wasn't rude at all, but I guess your two brain cells couldn't comprehend that, I kinda feel like you're just reflecting your own home situation on Ms. sue, stop taking your guy's emotional damage on the lady that is literally just trying to help you, for free btw.

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  13. that wasnt evan the real ms sue.

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  14. she has a picture duuuh

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    posted by bruh
  15. Did Someone say oil??

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    posted by USA
  16. D is correct

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  17. Guess you all agree to disagree. Lol

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  18. ya'll argue over the weirdest thing just get the answers and dip.

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