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Answer to the oil dilemma: Love's infinite supply

From Protesting truckers who jammed traffic in Madrid some weeks ago to drivers in Kashmir, who also protested fuel price increases, people around the world are struggling with the higher cost of fuel and the way those costs have driven up other prices. Almost anything that has to travel by truck, or is made with oil or associated product, has become more expensive. These higher costs have played a big role in slowing down economies as people have less disposable income, and employers put off creating new positions or even cut back on jobs.

Just about everyone has a theory on the subject. Some say that oil supplies are diminishing because advancing economies like those in China and India are taking too much. Others report that there's plenty of oil, that supplies have been underestimated. Or, it could be that Middle East oil barons are again pulling the strings. Then there's the feeling that commodities traders are responsible for the volatility of oil because they're bidding up prices.

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