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Green Star CEO Editorials Predict World Events With 85 Percent Accuracy

It will require up to 50% more gas to drive your car around the block in the counterclockwise direction versus driving in the clockwise direction.
by Staff Writers
San Diego CA (SPX) Jul 11, 2008
Joseph LaStella, President of Green Star Products, has written many editorials and participated in radio interviews in which he has forecasted with 85% accuracy and many years in advance the energy shortages, food shortages, global warming disasters, and economic turmoil that exist today, and other events that are yet to come.

For instance, Capitol Hill representatives need to know the following issues:

1) The United States has about 22 billion barrels in proven oil reserves while consuming 7.6 billion barrels per year. Without imported petroleum, the U.S. gas gauge will read zero in only three years!

2) The United States only possesses 2% of the known world oil reserves. However, the U.S. consumes 25% of the total world's daily oil production. This imbalance is totally unsustainable for the future of our country.

3) Building more nuclear plants will not reduce our need for crude oil or reduce U.S. oil imports. The fact is that 96% of the electrical energy in the U.S. comes from domestic coal, natural gas, hydroelectric, wind farms, etc. - not from oil. Long after we run out of oil, we will still have electricity to run our industries and homes. Maybe it is time to put your order in for a plug-in hybrid car.

4) Most people in the U.S. regard Californians as living the "high-life" and maintaining a "baby boomer" or "hip lifestyle," which may be partially true. However, the fact is that Californians use 40% less electrical energy per capita than the rest of the U.S.

Through energy conservation, Californians have not increased their per capita electrical consumption since 1975, while the rest of the U.S. has increased its per capita electrical consumption by well over 40%. If the rest of the states were as efficient as California, the U.S. would not need any additional power plants for at least the next 25 years.

5) There is no magic bullet or anything on the horizon that will bail the United States out of this mess. The only immediate PARTIAL RELIEF is for U.S. citizens themselves to practice immediate conservation efforts.

6) Many other factors are contained in Mr. LaStella's historical editorials available on the website.

Mr. LaStella concluded, "We are Americans and we can win the energy war at home. Let's follow California's lead."

Use the following special energy and cost saving tips from Joseph LaStella:

- The average person drives at highway speeds in excess of 65 mph. Reducing your speed just 5 mph will save you the equivalent of 42 cents per gallon at the pump.

- A gas saving energy tip that Joseph LaStella has been advocating for months is to plan your driving route to take advantage of right turns. For example, it will require up to 50% more gas to drive your car around the block in the counterclockwise direction versus driving in the clockwise direction. Clockwise driving does not require waiting at red lights and saves a substantial amount of fuel.

- Stop buying needless junk food and other expensive items at the corner convenient gas station. A bottle of DesaniTM water will cost you $1.25 per bottle at a convenience store. The same bottle will cost you 25 cents (case of 24) at a local grocery store such as Safeway and Kroger. Plan your shopping, add money to your household budget and eat healthier.

- Conservation is immediate and requires little or no funds to achieve, i.e. turn off lights; adjust thermostats; add just one more low energy light bulb to your house; check the air in your tires every month; use public transportation once per month; carpool twice per month; use water efficient showerheads in your home (which also saves energy for hot water); stop driving needlessly; then, educate your family and neighbors to do the same.

Mr. LaStella's editorials and predictions are posted on the recently launched website and a book publication will follow in the fall of 2008.

Mr. LaStella intends to publish his book and to establish a non-profit organization dedicated to the re-publishing of his predictions and consequences yet to be realized. His website outlines simple to understand, yet not well known, information that can reshape Capitol Hill's understanding of complex issues now facing our nation.

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