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“When oil peaks, and the price rises, it will cause our fragile, debt-ridden economies to collapse. We will most likely find ourselves in another Great Depression. But the worst will be yet to come. When other fuel sources peak, we will be left with no affordable “bridge fuel” to carry us to a sustainable, renewable future. Whereas oil is mainly used in transportation, natural gas and coal together account for the generation of 60 per cent of our electricity, according to EIA figures. If the grid goes down, modern life is over.”Matthew Wild, in a great article from Peak Generation:

Global hydrocarbons peak

It’s worse than you think: Predicting the collapse of our energy resources

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