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How can world oil consumption be higher than any specific region, especially as two regions have seen oil consumption decline?
I am not sure I understand your comment. That is the change in oil consumption over 5 years; and this is positive for the globe as a whole. If you add up the bars that are positive and substract the bars that are negative, you indeed get the global bar to the far left.
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What word was that?
Interesting article. A lot of words but little useful information. I don't know who your target audience is, so maybe ...
Let's see. Paul Ehrlich learned a big, scary new word? Shiver me timbers...
Well, that's a start. We have your definition of a Malthusian:
"...more people = more damage and destruction."
But now we need ...
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