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Stepdog eGas trapped in underground shale and sandstone was tested three times Nukes Yes that s right As a part of Project Plowshare three Hiroshima level nuclear bombs were detonated in the continental USA Thankfully and unsurprisingly the resulting gas carried a level of radioactivity that was considered unmarketable so the project was abandoned Guess it had a very short half lifeMoving on look over here We have anxcellent painting that shows how the oilgas companies control academic research as well as government regulatory agencies Notice how the Another Way Home energy company board overlaps the board of the local university the one sponsoring the researcher who is looking into the possible causes for the steroidal increase inarthuakes in Oklahoma an increase that occurred only after the introduction of fracking technology You might recognize the large claw like form in the painting and the academic in that claw being sueezed Definitely not OKOn your left you will see a modern image a dynamic sculpture showing the recent story of fracking very angular as the straight vertical lines veer suddenly horizontal but are accompanied by vast volumes of a goo called slickwater being forced into the ground If you look back up to the top you will see a geyser of very crude crude being forced up out of the ground The artist has included as part of the xhibition a special platform around the work Go ahead step up That bouncing and rumbling you feel beneath you is meant to mimic the actual xperience of residents in heavily fracked locations Putin with his parents in 1985 before being sent to Germany as a KGB officer image from wikimediaThese lovely gilded tryptichs up ahead tell the story of Vladimir Putin his rise from KGB operative in Germany to possible anti Christ Each panel shows a step along his path growing from unknown KGB agent to mayor of St Petersburg to the accumulation of a group of loyalists called the siloviki which would be a great brand name for one of the few products Russia still produces vodka to aligning with then back stabbing Boris Yeltsin as the USSR descended from failed social xperiment to full on gangster state kleptocracy We see in this one to your right how Pootee murders or jails not only political opponents but anyone foolish nough to own a successful business he wants to steal Doesn t the blood red go so dramatically against the gold Russia s shaky Bill Veeck's Crosstown Classic (Chicago Shorts) economy hampered by a reliance on oil and gas helpsxplain the country s weakness and some of Russia s weakness Antarctica explains why they attacked us in the way they did Maddow argues She says Vladimir Putinxploited Russia s lucrative oil industry to support his vision of making Russia a superpower again When you ve got one resource that s pulling in such a big revenue stream you tend to Beyond the Laboratory: Scientists as Political Activists in 1930s America end up with very richlites who will do anything to hold onto power who stopped doing the other things that governments should otherwise be doing to serve the needs of the people she said in an interview with All Things Considered from NPRAubrey McClendon image from Business InsiderIn the next room we have a few portraits of nergy bigwigs Aubrey McClendon a genius at picking land to hold for resource development promoter of shale and gas drilling in the USA and iconic Oklahoma City booster Liked to use company money for his personal needs and had issues with price fixing collusion Got kicked out of his own company Robert S Kerr founder of Kerr McGee and a remarkably corrupt politician Harold Hamm a self made billionaire who never saw an nvironmental regulation he did not hate or a tax he was willing to accept The big one at the Cartesian Questions: Method and Metaphysics end of the hall the screaming T Rex is of course Rex Tillerson still spreading carnage across the planet and not yet trapped in that tar pit with the DJT inscription barely visible on it As you can see in the painting the artist was aware that T Rex hunted in packs No one is safe when these toothy critters were looking for a meal The bones you see in the background are the remains of scientists who dared to describe the impact carbon basednergy usage has had on the planet and residents who opposed the local leader siphoning off all the oil royalties for themselvesHarold Hamm image from AP via PoliticoUp ahead the mural you see may remind you of Picasso s Guernica but this one is called The Resource Curse It shows how a poor country discovers oil the pastoral fields being flooded with black the local leader growing at one nd of the mural from a small bully to an inflated grotesue crushing his people alongside an ven larger T rex the people fleeing and screaming in despairTeodorin Nguema Obiang Mangue son of the Euatorial Guinea president living large on the oil revenues siphoned from the country image one of many showing his impressive array of insanely xpensive vehicles from GhaflaNot all the reporting in the book is horrifying or depressing Here is one that shows a ring of Russians holding hands dressed like Americans living in America Russian spies sent here to infiltrate the western nemy sleeper cells waiting for the day they would be summoned into action It was the only part of the book that was laugh out loud funny You ll see why when you read it Ten members of the Russian spy program the inspiration for the TV series The Americans maybe you recognize a former neighbor here image from ABCNetAUThe next room is kept nicely refrigerated The ice sculpture in the middle of the room shows an oceanic drilling rig with dark lines standing in for the inability of the rigs to keep from leaking and the parts scattered on the icy ocean surface standing in for the advanced safety rig lements that were not used in these arly drilling attemptsThe Discoverer grounded in Unalaska AK unable to handle Arctic winds not reassuring image from Pew TrustAs our tour comes to an The Rise and Fall of the New Deal Order, 1930-1980 end you can leave those parkas in the bin by the door and be sure to load up with paper towels from the table ahead It would appear that the billions invested by thenergy business in advancing the technology of Confession extraction has in no way been matched by investment in researching clean up tech You hold in your hands the state of the art in oil spill clean up Pause briefly to smile Before you read Blowout you should stock up on your blood pressure medication maybe schedule somextra time for mindfulness meditation or whatever works to keep you from completely losing your mind to absolute rage Recently a religious friend wondered whether the current president might be the anti Christ promised in the pistles of John and in Islamic lore as well I suppose Trump would serve as well as any but on further thought it seemed to me that as Trump was very much a puppet of Putin and thus deserved a demotion and as Putin was not only running Trump but has his tentacles around many political and non political people of importance around the planet it was Pootee who deserved the title On reading Maddow s book I am having third thoughts If Putin is the source of most of the vil in the world well certainly a lot of it anyway who or what is it that is moving Putin As you will see in Blowout much of the mischief Putin has ngaged in regarding the USA lections stems from a desire to remove the sanctions imposed after Pootee hacked off the Crimean piece of Ukraine to be absorbed into the Russian Borg Limitations on the fluidity of the oligarch funds in the West were problematic particularly as Pootee was the biggest oligarch of them all But ven worse was the limitation placed on western investment in Russia On its own and despite its spectacular glut of natural petrogas resources Russia "Is Just This Side Of "just this side of failed state unable to keep up with advances in technology that are now widespread in the West Russia NEEEEDS the western investment of contemporary xtraction technology to retrieve the resources with which it has been blessed having placed all his national development chips on oil and gas It is only the nerve of western leaders like Barack Obama John Kerry and Joe Biden with the bi partisan support of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee and other western nations that saw to it that sanctions were imposed This kept Pootee from being able to fully Another Way Home: The Tangled Roots of Race in One Chicago Family exploit Russia s carbon based fuel supplies Not that he or his minions are gonna starve any time soon but they cannot come close to realizing their ultimate avaricious or nationalistic fantasies without modern means of suckingvery last #DROP OUT OF THE GROUND AND AS ENERGY RESOURCES #out of the ground And as nergy resources become a primary usable weapon really if he let loose the nukes Russia and much of the world would be in cinders in an hour so not really a practical weapon for immediate needs in Russian geopolitics along with cyber crime of diverse sorts he would like to be as well armed as possible In the summer of 2019 GR reduced the allowable review size by 25% from 20000 to 15000 characters In order to accommodate the text beyond that I have moved it to the comments section directly belo. He deceptively well behaved Rex Tillerson The oil and gas industry deceptively well behaved Rex Tillerson The oil and gas industry weakened democracies in developed and developing countries fouled oceans and rivers and propped up authoritarian thieves and killers But being outraged at it is according to Maddow “like being indignant when a lion takes down and ats a gazelle You can’t really blame the lion It’s in her nature” Blowout is a call to contain the lion to stop subsidizing the wealthiest businesses on You Owe Me One earth to fight for transparency and to check the influence of the world’s most destructive industry and itsnablers The stakes have never been higher As Maddow writes “Democracy ither wins this one or disappears?. Blowout Corrupted Democracy Rogue State Russia and the Richest Most Destructive Industry on Earth

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This amazing and brilliant book gets five stars from me I m not normally known for reading non fiction Obsession: An Erotic Tale especially currentvents usually make me furious but I can highly recommend this book for anyone who is interested in returning a minimum of democracy to democratic governments and breaking the strangle hold of big industry not just the oil and gas industry on governments Confederate Cities: The Urban South during the Civil War Era east and west Very well researched and as one mightxpect from Rachel Maddow she manages also to spice the book with humour black humour to be sure but funny neverthelessRead it Blowout Corrupted Democracy Rouge State Russia and The Richest Most Destructuve Industry on Earthby Rachel Maddowdue 10 1 2019Crown5050 netgalley BlowoutWhat the Frack is going on with the oil and gas industry How did we as a Democratic country get to this point Regardless of age sex race religion political beliefs Convents and the Body Politic in Late Renaissance Venice etc how did we become dependent on a global industry built on corruption greed and incompetence Rachel Maddow brings it all together and makes this complicated issueasy to understand She Edicts of Asoka explains the power complexities and political gamesmanship behind fracking How Yeltsin literally gave the Russisn Presidency to Putin and how and why Putin used the oil industry to maintain his power by sending the crude oil to its biggest oil rival the USAFrom Oklahoma City to Russia to Siberia and Euatorial Guinea we see how oil and the crude pollutants from fracking made by unsafe drilling an industry that has taken far from thearth than it Upgrade Soul ever gave ExxonMobil and Rex Tillerson arexamples of the mindless incompetence that make full transparency necessary We hold the responsibility of separating the corporate from the villainsAubrey s Chesapeake Energy Oklahomas arthuake outbreak of 2010 due to fracking the Alaskan drilling fiasco the Winter Olympics at Sochi in 2014 and Pussy Riot Guccifer It s all here and so ssential to understanding Elizabeth I: Translations, 1544-1589 exactly what is happening and whyOne of the things I admire and live about Rachel Maddow is how she will lay a foundation by sharing the history and importance of issues policies and subjects Byxplaining both sides we can decide for ourselves where we stand without being preached at and told what to believe Her wit candor humility and her original spin for me make her a woman who uses her intelligence to make people aware for the greater good This book is an Dolphin Confidential: Confessions of a Field Biologist example of just that I learned so much about the oil industry the conseuences of non transparency and the willingness to deceive to win Mostly I learned we need to re think the need vs the greed of oilThank you for thisxceptional necessary and timely book RachelThank you to netgalley for sharing this reuested book ARC for review Blowout by Rachel MaddowOil and its corruption have had a massive impact on our world to be sure Maddow attempts to tell us this using many current xamples and is mostly successful in her ffortFirst the positive1 Maddow a Rhodes Scholar has a nose for what is important I feel that all of the oil related threads covered in this book are of importance and individually are interesting2 Although she uses a few too many idioms at times her sentence structure and thought processes are asy to follow 3 Maddow may be knowledgeable about political impacts of big oil than just about anybody She has spent countless hours on her talk show discussing the topic and interviewing knowledgeable people4 The Rex Tillerson coverage and Maddow s repeated digs toward him were far and away my favorite part of the book How can a Boy Scout like Tillerson grow up to betray America s interests And according to Maddow s reporting in this book he goes to great lengths to do so Then the negative1 The topic as presented is unwieldy 2 There was not Imaginary Runner enough time spent writing researching orditing the book It is of a current From Cottage to Bungalow: Houses and the Working Class in Metropolitan Chicago, 1869-1929 events book in a way Ten years from now I don t think the book will be of much interest or have much historical value3 The major and minor threads while interesting had little in common beyond oil The Oklahoma natural gas thread with OKC Thunder owner McClendon and his suicide had no intersection with Rex Tillerson Vladimir Putin Gucifer 20 or oilxploration in the Chukchi Sea35 stars You don t see the forest for the trees until the Fresh Water end of this book In chapter after chapter Rhodes Scholar and MSNBC political talk show host Rachel Maddow focuses the reader s attention on a wide range of loosely related but highly detailed stories told in long form journalism style By thend a broader pattern French Daguerreotypes emerges and it becomes clearer that Blowout is about the three subjects listed in its subtitle1 The Richest Most Destructive Industry on EarthMaddow makes the case that the global oil and gas industry has been obsessed with profit than any other industry due to the sheer magnitude of profits availablever since John D Rockefeller launched it in the mid nineteenth century I recently read Maddow s first book ntitled Drift about the military industrial complex I felt that reading that book first helped me understand her method of presenting complicated dataThe book is well written and meticulously researched I am impressed at how thorough Maddow #IS WITH HER RESEARCH AND ANALYSIS SHE APPARENTLY WAS #with her research and analysis She apparently was to understand why Russia meddled in our 2016 lection and nded up completing an meddled in our 2016 lection and nded up completing an research and analysis of the oil and gas industry Maddow also provided detailed information about Vladimir Putin as well as a mini biography
Of Rex Tillerson The Author 
Rex Tillerson The author an xcellent job revealing historical texture to the current oil and gas industry She also provides one of the best descriptions of fracking I have come across When considering the Twelve Days of Pleasure earthuakes and the risks of contaminating water and soil with very toxic chemicals why would anyone allow fracking is something I do not understand I learned a lot about the Russians the petroleum industry and fracking Maddow does anxcellent job putting complex data into asy to understand informationI read this as an audiobook downloaded from Audible The book is fifteen hours and thirty three minutes I particularly njoyed listening to Maddow narrate the book I love Rachel Maddow and I think that she is brilliant This non fiction was my book group choice yesterday It made for an interesting discussion Most of the group are fans of the authorprobably why this is my book group of choice Well this has been uite a reading Gustave Caillebotte: The Painter's Eye experience a seuence of aha and I remember that moments followed by my absorbing the deeper meaning behind a news story or legislative moment that occurred sometime within the past several years As a news junkie since childhood I knew something about most of the subjects that Maddow covers in her over arching view of the oil industry at work throughout the world Even my most pessimistic self would not have imagined the inner workings of the US components of this business This is my first time reading a book by Rachel Maddow who I havenjoyed watching on television She presents her information in a conversational tone The facts are backed up with uotations statistics Grand Illusion: The Third Reich, the Paris Exposition, and the Cultural Seduction of France etc which are fully delineated in the Sources section provided at thend of the bookAnd there are so many outrageous vents detailed in Blowout From very basic concepts such as why does an industry that has historically had some of if not the highest profits in United States history still receive annual tax breaks they were initially given as incentives to xplore And what about the huge increase in arthuakes that seemed to in the area of fracking And what about the relationship between Exxon and RussiaPutin These are just three areas dealt with in depth There are also very strong links to Ukraine here ones that I don t recall hearing discussed on any talk shows yet More reasons why Putin would want to destabilize that country All in all I think this is is a must read for anyone confused worried otherwise wondering what is happening in this world around us where there seemed to be some rules in the past and now it s a free for all So highly recommended It is a very readable source on the oil industry the new Russia the state of our democracy and our potential futureA copy of this book was provided by the publisher through NetGalley in return for an honest review I ve had this book on my TBR since the day it was announced and none of my xcitement diminished when I was rejected for the ARC It only meant I had to wait for the release day and I m glad I did because now I got the opportunity to both read the book and listen to the audiobook narrated by Rachel herself which was an absolutely riveting Hard Bread (Phoenix Poets experienceIf you have read any of my reviews before particularly the non fiction ones you know I m fairly liberal so it should not come as a surprise that I m also a fan of Rachel Maddow s show And I may have to preface this review by saying that you ll reallynjoy the xperience of reading or listening to this book if you like Rachel s style of. #1 NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER • Big Oil and Gas Versus Democracy Winner Take All  In 2010 the words “earthuake swarm” ntered the lexicon in Oklahoma That same year a trove of Michael Jackson memorabilia including his iconic crystal Forgetful of Their Sex: Female Sanctity and Society, ca. 500-1100 encrusted white glove was sold at auction for over 1 million to a guy who was officially just the lowly forestry minister of the tiny nation of Euatorial Guinea And in 2014 Ukrainian revolutionaries raided the palace of their ousted president and found a zoo of peacocks gilded toilets and a floating restaurant modeled after a Spanish galleon Unlikely as it might seem there is a thread connecting thesevents and Rachel Maddow follows it to. ,
Narration on her show She is witty and snarky but also has this meandering way of storytelling in her show veryday where you are initially wondering where she s going with it but ultimately she ll draw a very full picture for you to understand And that s xactly how this book is written It s signature Rachel and I feel that you may not fully appreciate it if you are unfamiliar with her reporting However meandering the writing may feel she manages to give xcellent historical context to the vents that are being Wicked Loving Lies explained and the major players who are responsible for them andven if the timeline is not always linear I wasn t really La heredera del mar ever confused The book is also full of information and I really mean lots of information and it can feel overwhelming for atleast the first uarter of the book but once you get the hang of it you become familiar with what it s all about and then it unfolds like a very interesting and thrilling story spanning decades Beginning with the Oil boom in the US in the late 19th century andnding with some conclusions of the Mueller report this really is the saga of the Oil and Gas industry across the globe and years and how it has changed verythingIt s an undeniable reality that our current way of life depends a lot on the Oil and Gas industry The use of fossil fuels have changed the way we live but it has also meant the industry has become a major power player across the world in a way that threatens geopolitical stability but also the daily lives of people living across the US The vents statements and conseuences that Rachel xplains in the book show us an industry that is consumed by its greed for increasing its oilgas production it s lust for money and power at absolutely any cost as long as their bottom line is served the rest of the world can go to hell It is ual parts horrifying and amusing unbelievable but also kinda obvious and particularly scary at times because I couldn t as a reader figure out if there was a way out of all the messAnd when we are talking about Oil and Gas it s impossible to avoid the major power players the industry giants like ExxonMobil the oil rich and utterly dependent on it countries like Russia Ukraine Nigeria Euatorial Guinea or ven similar states in the US like Oklahoma Texas North Dakota tc The way the companies permeate Aramaic Bowl Spells: Jewish Babylonian Aramaic Bowls Volume One every part of the power structure of a country or state and then do their business with impunity while simultaneously not caring at all about the common people s lives they ve put at stake is terrifying to read about Rachel particularly concentrates on the story of Oklahoma it s history and it s dependence on the industry how the governance of the whole state becamessentially a puppet of the fracking industry masters and nothing could be legislated without their approval It s also a story of the power of democracy and people and public servants and their resilience in the face of the brute force attack of money and power from all sides And on a larger scale is the story of Russia how it s abundance of oil and gas could have propelled it to a global scale on better terms if not for the infamous Resource curse meeting an authoritarian leader with paranoid tendencies The story of Putin ExxonMobil and Rex Tillerson the Oil companies and their owners in Russia and the few people who were brave Xenophon And His World (Historia Einzelschriften) enough to oppose the leader plays out like a gangster thriller and while I was initially unsure what was the point of it all by thend I realized that as long as the industry players work hand in hand with dictators and let them interfere in global democracies with impunity the world is only gonna Geography of the Gaze: Urban and Rural Vision in Early Modern Europe end up in chaos There are uite a few important figures whom we get to know about in the book along with their beliefs and methods and motivations and it was fascinating to see how the common thread across all of them was greed and some kind of narcissism Whether it is Rex Tillerson Putin and his right hand the head of Russia s biggest oil company Igor Sechin theternal President and his son of Euatorial Guinea Oklahoma s own business tycoons like Harold Hamm and Aubrey McClendon one thing they all have is loads of money and power acuired through Oil and Gas and one thing they all want is the freedom to Groove: An Aesthetic of Measured Time exploit the nature with impunity andarn boatloads of money But we also get to know some unlikely heroes in the story someone like Austin Holland a seismologist working for the Oklahoma Geological Survey who is probably one of the key persons responsible for bringing the damage done by fracking to light journalists like Ken Silverstein and Peter Maass who brought forth the atrocities of the leader of Euatorial Guinea and his son s profligate tendencies and also someone like Boris Nemtsov who had the gall to make public the xtent of Putin s corruption and had to pay with his life There are many and the Sources section of the book is full of information About Them And Their WorkI them and their workI have a lot to say but I I ll conclude my review by saying that it s an important book which talks about one of the most influential industries of our times and I highly recommend it Rachel is neutral for the most part giving us all the information so that we can form our own opinions but her sarcasm does come out at times which I njoyed I also think the best way to Forgetful of Their Sex enjoy this book is reading while simultaneously listening to the audio because her narration brings a lot of life to what can feel like a very long story I had fun listening to it I also felt shocked and terrified and hopeless But Rachelnds with a slightly hopeful note remarking that it s always possible to course correct but we which includes people and government need to have the courage and conviction to standup for democratic principles and the importance of transparency If you re a regular viewer of her show or like me a regular listener to her podcast you re aware that Rachel s stories come with EXHAUSTIVE background preambles and prefatory material But if you re a regular viewer of her show you know the windup is worth it This book takes a little while to get off the ground but Naturally Naughty Wicked Willing eventually it soars I like driving a pickup and heating my house as much as the next person and the through line betweennergy and F. Scott Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby economic growth and development is as clear to me as anlectric streetlight piercing the black night But the political impact of the industry that brings us those things is also worth recognizing as a key ingredient in the global chaos and democratic downturn we re now living through Rachel Maddow is the top news personality at MSNBC host of The Rachel Maddow Show for the last Walled (The Line, eleven years One of the smartest people to be found on your television or screen of choice she relies on research facts and informed guests to present her viewers with as highnd an hour of political news coverage as you can find anywhere all while being upbeat friendly funny and warm Watching her show it might not be totally obvious because she is so nice but she is a first class "Hard Edged Incisive Intellectual A "edged incisive intellectual a scholar with a triumph of a book already to her credit Drift on our national tendency to war One other gift Maddow possesses is a talent for story telling Watch her A block the opening 20 minute segment of her show some night any night for a taste In Blowout Maddow looks at the centrality of oil by which we mean oil and gas to our history and to the Cruel Attachments: The Ritual Rehab of Child Molesters in Germany events of the world today Rachel Maddow didn t set out to write a book But a nagging uestion led her there Why did Russia interfere in America s 2016 presidentiallection and why attack the United States in such a cunning way Although the MSNBC host regularly devotes ample airtime to the topic of Russia on The Rachel Maddow Show her digging led her to a thesis she thought was too long for TV from the NPR interviewRachel image from Hoochnet From her depiction of Vladimir Putin s visit to NYC to celebrate the opening of the first Lukoil gas station in the USA to the story of alarming means being used in an arly attempt at fracking from a look at how third world dictators live large on oil revenues while their people suffer from the history of oil to the history of Putin from the big personalities to the local damage she takes you right there and walks you through the vents like a docent leading a group through the Met a very slippery oily Met Watch that glimmery puddleOn our right is a family tree that choes the shape of a gusher noting the beginning of oil drilling in 1859 see where Rockefeller and Standard Oil gets into the game and verything spreads out from there until the canvas is almost ntirely covered in iridescent black goo John Rockefeller image from HistorianThis one over here is uite surprising There is a story to the mushrooms You think fracking for natural gas is a nasty brute force xtraction method generating vast collateral damage You would be right of course but in the 60s and 70s an ven scarier method of loosening up the. Its crooked the unimaginably lucrative and ually corrupting oil and gas industry With her trademark black humor Maddow takes us on a switchback journey around the globe revealing the greed and incompetence of Big Oil and Gas along the way and drawing a surprising conclusion about why the Russian government hacked the 2016 US One Giant Leap election She deftly shows how Russia’s rich reserves of crude have paradoxically stunted its growth forcing Putin to maintain his power by spreading Russia’s rot into its rivals its neighbors the West’s most important alliances and the United States Chevron BP and a host of other industry players get their star turn most notably ExxonMobil and


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