It’s hard to say what is going to tip the boat, but burning petroleum is getting pretty heavy. The hydrocarbon molecules when burned are highly toxic to many animals, which include humans. There are also chemical traces of nitrogen and sulfer compounds that can be very dangerous when reacting with the environment to create secondary poisonous compounds. The famous 1989 Exxon Valdez oil spill also adds to the weight.
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