End Of Oil

There have been many books written over the past forty years about the consequences of over population and the resultant scarcity of resources. The oil scare in the 70s was followed by relatively inexpensive oil in the 80s and 90s, but we are now seeing a return to expensive oil, and the consequences of those price increases. If the authors are correct, many of us will not be retiring in the manner which we have been expecting.

You can read an amazing article about this here if you are willing to pay $12. Clearly, it would be better to just subscribe to the magazine for a year ($28) and get all of the articles for “free” instead.

If you cannot afford to purchase the article, please contact me here.


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