Not Logged In Log In   Sign Up   Points Leaders
Follow Us    8:43 PM

Member Profile

 
  • About Me

  • none
  • none
  • none
  • none
  • My Favorites

  • none
  • none
  • none
  • none
  • none
  • Member Profile

  • Missouri
  • Jan 20, 2007
  • 1,252,215
  • 7 Years 96 Days
  • Champion Author
  • 6212
  • 1536
  • 421

RocketmanC99's Buddy List

To view RocketmanC99's Buddy list, you must be a Buddy with RocketmanC99 and have been granted full access.

Whiteboard

You must earn 10,000 points to post other members' whiteboard

Join Now
by SHEP20715  Apr 03, 2014

Congratulations for being a gas buddy member for over seven years. Earning 1.23 MM points and posting for 400 consecutive days. Helping others save money on gas. That is real commitment May 2014 bring you and yours peace and joy. . Lets be buddies Thanks. Shep.

by SHEP20715  Apr 03, 2014

Congratulations for being a gas buddy member for over seven years. Earning 1.23 MM points and posting for 400 consecutive days. Helping others save money on gas. That is real commitment May 2014 bring you and yours peace and joy. . Lets be buddies Thanks. Shep.

by ItisAJeepThing  Dec 24, 2013

Congratulations on having the dedication to post for 300 consecutive days. MERRY CHRISTMAS!! Care to become buddies?? Warren 8-)

by SHEP20715  Nov 02, 2013

Noticed your nice avatar on a buddy profile. Congratulations on earning 1.12 MM points. And posting for 248 consecutive days, that's dedication. Lets be buddies also. thanks. Shep

by rrs517  Jul 29, 2013

Thank you for your kind remark

by sks1586  Jun 26, 2013

Thanks a million for your comments. IMHO, US innovation should help create +ve results & create lower gas prices.

by LanguageMan1  May 08, 2010

Any kind of water can suffice for electrolysis, though sea water/salt water is even better. But that's not generally how they're making hydrogen in most fuel cells.

by coughlin  Apr 04, 2010

I like the Healthcare Bill. My only disappointment is that it is not more complete. A 'single payer': Complete Healthcare; Everybody; Now.

by skybiker  Feb 09, 2010

Rocketman, What does Gold have to do with the recent Brazil oil find? In 1999, Gold published “The Deep Hot Biosphere,” a paper that postulated that coal and oil are produced not by the decomposition of organic materials, but in fact are “abiogenic” — the product of tectonic forces; i.e., deeply embedded hydrocarbons being brought up and through the earth’s mantle and transformed into their present states by bacteria living in the earth’s crust. The majority of the world’s scientists scoff at Gold’s theory, and “fossil fuel” remains the accepted descriptor of oil. Yet in recent years Russia has quietly become the world’s top producer of oil, in part by drilling wells as deep as 40,000 feet — far below the graveyards of T-Rex and his Mesozoic buddies. Is it possible that Thomas Gold was right again, and that the earth is actually still producing oil? It’s tantalizing to think so. http://asecondhandconjecture.com/index.php/2008/04/21/abiogenic-oil/

by Plebe2001  Jan 29, 2010

Concerning your comment on the Chevron Oil profits. That may not be a large return, it all depends on how much they have invested. Without investment we get no energy. For the year they had $5.24 per share earnings. Now if you invested in Chevron at say $100 per share you would have a 5.24% annual return. Not bad in these times, but not a great return over time. Most investors would like to see at least a 10% return on their investments, many are looking for a much higher return. So it may not be a great return.

RocketmanC99's Featured Albums

No featured photos uploaded from RocketmanC99.

RocketmanC99's Photo Albums

No Personal albums created from RocketmanC99.

RocketmanC99's Buddies Albums

To view these albums, you must be a Buddy with RocketmanC99 and have been granted full access.Click the link found below the RocketmanC99's profile picture to invite RocketmanC99 to be your Buddy.

Create New Album

Title:
Visible to:

Save Cancel