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The export ban is wholly a political solution. A solution with no historical record of long term success, but applied ...
Diaboli, Optimist is right on this one. Your premise is correct, "the earth is finite", but given the scale, technology, ...
You seem to ignore even the possibility that clima change may play an important role in our ability to cope ...
Basically, as far as your lifespan is concerned, the supply of oil is infinite. It's just a matter of developing ...
"But that quantity may be so large that production can continue to climb monotonously for decades, or even centuries."
Whether decades ...
"The volume of the Earth is finite, and most of it is not oil..."
Okay, so how much of it ...
With the current low price of oil, I wonder if environmentalists did TransCanada a favor by saving them from a ...
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