peak oil

Peak Oil ≠ Peak Exports

Saudi Arabia must consume ever more of its oil to supply its own exploding population

Oil Created a 100-Year Window that’s Closing

The cheap oil age created an artificial bubble of plentitude for a period not much longer than a human lifetime. I hazard to assert that as oil ceases to be cheap and the world reserves move toward depletion, we will be left with an enormous population that the ecology of the earth will not support. The journey back toward non-oil population homeostasis will not be pretty. We will discover the hard way that population hyper-growth was simply a side effect of the oil age. It was a condition, not a problem with a solution. That is what happened and we are stuck with it.

Obama, Oil, Climate Change, Population and Immigration

How Immigration-Driven Population Growth Converted the Climate President into the Oil President

Fracking Our Way to Freedom?

Domestic U.S. oil production peaked in about 1970, fulfilling an outlandish prediction made back in 1956 at a meeting of the American Petroleum Institute by the Shell Oil Company geoscientist Dr. M. King Hubbert. With his stubborn personality and brilliant mind, the Texas-born Hubbert was able to see beyond the “myth of superabundance” that afflicted national thinking about natural resources back then – and still prevails today in many quarters.

Part 2: What Constitutes Overpopulation in America? Exceeding Carrying Capacity

Little known and always avoided, the United States faces THE single greatest issue of its existence in the 21st century.  “What is it?” you ask.  Top environmental experts respond, “Overpop
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