I ride my bike to pick up my groceries like most sane people.
That's great for you; single-person-urbanite-centric much?
I used to do the same when I was a student and lived relatively close to the supermarkets. A few years down the line, I/we shop for three people once a week. That can be a good forty kilos depending on what we buy.
A little more on topic - and perhaps more importantly, these grocery deliveries also save *time* - life's most important resource.
Citation needed. "They" is a bit non-specific.
Here you go, part 3 section 49 of RIPA: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Regulation_of_Investigatory_Powers_Act_2000
And here is a case where a kid has been jailed for not revealing his encryption keys: http://www.pcpro.co.uk/news/361693/teenager-jailed-for-refusing-to-reveal-encryption-keys
No, "natural seepage" will not cause millions of gallons of gas to drift out into the ocean every year,
Natural seepage in the gulf of mexico is about 140,000 tonnes a year, or 1 million barrels of oil. So, yes it does. Ok, it's only a fifth of the amount from the deepwater spill, but it's constant rather than one-off. Link: http://books.nap.edu/openbook.php?record_id=10388&page=70
At the time of the spill, the liability was limited to 75 million bucks. That's definitely one regulation which increases risk taking!
Is someone paying you to post this?
Nope, you can remove you tinfoil hat now
Wasn't it drilling regulations that pushed drilling further and further offshore to much deeper (and risky) areas?
Anyway, there's vastly more oil migrating into the ocean from natural seepage than from the odd oil spill, so if you don't want oil in the water perhaps that's a better place to start
We do not need to conserve helium
Time to take stock. Go home with some office supplies.