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January 22, 2010

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wow this stuff is interesting and kind of disheartening. have the U.S. sent anyone to do ecological/oil/resource/ studies since the earthquake?

Contraparanoia.blogspot.com


You mentioned the testimony of "scientists" Daniel and Ginette Mathurin for the claim that Haiti has more oil then Venezuela.

Turns out Daniel and Ginette have pretty odd idea.

See this (scroll down for English translation). These "scientists" believe in an impending cataclysm that will cause 300 million rich northerners to land on the shores of Haiti.

Are you sure Mathurin & Mathurin are credible or even, exist?


See my take:

http://contraparanoia.blogspot.com/2010/02/more-oil-in-haiti-than-venezuela-who.html


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