Revi wrote:I think we should be using the oil that's left for agriculture.
So we've used 1.3 trillion barrels, we should save the other 3-4-5-6 trillion for agricultural? A good idea, considering the small amount agriculture needs we would have that oil for the next couple hundred years probably, but considering that the transition to electrical transport has begun (along with renewable electrical generation), this idea would seem a bit extreme. So we use another trillion or 2 making the transition, easing the way as it were. No need to go cold turkey
Revi wrote:We can get around on trains and busses and walk around the towns we are going to need to live in. A good way to get around would be in one of these:
How about ones with AC and heat and that will keep us from getting wet? They are also here, part of the ongoing transition, and better yet, you can always turn on the gas engine and it is just like an old-fashioned, mostly obsolete ICE powered personal transport.