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Friday, February 27, 2004

Oil: The illusion of plenty | Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists
"U.S. public, industrial and political leaders, environmentalists, and policy-makers in general do not believe that they need to be concerned with the finite supply of oil and its unfavorable (from the U.S. perspective) geographic distribution. The overwhelming majority behaves as if inexpensive oil will be readily available far into the distant future."

"One can only hope that an informed electorate and its principled representatives will realize that the facts do matter, and that nature--not military might--will soon dictate the ultimate availability of petroleum. "


At 4:01 PM, March 24, 2008, Anonymous Anonymous said...

It’s great that more people are focusing on making better environmental choices. Plus technology is making it more economical now, and that’s what people really notice. Wind energy, solar power, hybrids and zap EV’s, our choices are good. There are now electric cars being sold everyday, you just plug it into a regular power outlet. When people test drive them they say it’s far more fun to drive an EV.


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