Richard Langhorne Serles: A petroleum prospector and grandson of the man who invented the Serles Sheet during the Second Anasazo period, a fabric that pulls drinkable water out of even the driest air.
“"Religion and money and politics can destroy anything good if you’re not careful."”
“"The funny thing is, the tragedy, is four hundred years ago when people drilled these wells and erected this pump jack, they got millions, billions of liters of petroleum and they were so ignorant of what they could do with it that they just burned it. Burned it like donkey dung."”
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