What if Canada ?s so–called environmental nightmare was really an engineering triumph and the key to a stable and sustainable future? For years, Canadians have been hearing nothing but bad news out of the Athabasca Oil Sands. From 20th Century economists decrying it as a perpetual money–loser in the face of more easily–extracted foreign oil to green groups around the world declaring it the world?s worst industrial enterprise, sometimes it seems as though no good could ever come from this so–called dirty resource. But what if developing Canada?s Oil Sands was the key to bridging the gap between current petroleum–based economies and the alternative energies that aren?t ready for market yet? What if it meant eliminating the threat of Peak Oil and providing economic stability not just for Canada and the rest of North America, but for the world? And what if the environmental costs of the resource were both not nearly as dire as some would have you believe, but currently...

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