Planet Earth - Week 4

Hello people!Ok The contest is over and I would like to thank all the people that entered so i have our poen by Miss Morgan Nicole Meneely so here it is The day is done,
And now I know,
The world is mine,
To roam alone.

Evils asleep.
Not a peep,
To come and see,
That has happened to me.

I stair at the sky,
And wonder how,
Any one can compete now.
In the contest I now stand.
Alone in the sinking sand.

The beauty all around me,
So silent and still.
A wonder how I have control,
Over my will.

My Will is not my own.
Out here on my own.
My story started out,
In formal glory.

Time and time again,
I started to win.
But, than you came,
And jumped right in.

You are in my story now.
No way I can compete,
How are you the one,
To come and see
What I have become?
Ok couldnt fit the rest of my bit it there.Ok so last week i realized how few watchers i had so i decided I can not keep trying to spread the word my self so i decided to ask all of my awesome friends family and now all of you reading this to help spread the name of the blog to anyone you know.Please this is inportant.Lets make it a game after you tell people and they say they will become regular watchers then send me the number by pressing the email author button at the very bottom of the page.If i get some new viewers then i will tell you a funny story of mine.Here is some facts

Amount of oil produced per day:

Saudi Arabia* - 8.1 million barrels per day;
*Including share of production from the Neutral Zone
Former Soviet Union - 6.9 million barrels per day;
United States - 6.5 million barrels per day;
I.R. Iran - 3.6 million barrels per day;
China - 3.2 million barrels per day

The top oil user is the USA (17 million barrels per day) and top gas user is the former Soviet Union (23,000 billion cubic feet per year)

The total world consumption of crude oil in 1996 was 71.7 million barrels per day (there are 42 US gallons in a barrel, or 159 litres). OPEC estimates that total world oil consumption could reach around 100 million barrels per day by the year 2020

Oil spills account for only about five percent of the oil entering the oceans. The Coast Guard estimates that for United States waters sewage treatment plants discharge twice as much oil each year as tanker spills.

Ok every one those are the facts.Well check back next week Buona sera.

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