Item of General Interest
June 17. Doomstead Diner now has both my talk "Collapse 101" and my talk "Energy, Debt, and the Age of Limits" up as podcasts. Both are from the Age of Limits Conference. This is a link to the Doomstead Diner podcast area.
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Based on the sound of the name renewable, a person might think that using only “renewable” energy is ideal–something we should all strive to use exclusively. But there are lots of energy sources that might be called “renewable,” and lots … Continue reading
The world has many ideas for solving our energy shortfall, but they all seem to involve investment: Drill for more oil and gas; Develop alternative energy sources; Build more efficient gas-powered cars or electric cars; Fix homes and offices so … Continue reading
Nate Hagens wrote a post at The Oil Drum called Applying Time to Energy Analysis. Under standard EROI analyses, there is no recognition of time – if you cut down a tree, but couldn’t burn it for energy until 50 … Continue reading