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Peak oil is a non-threat

General discussions of the systemic, societal and civilisational effects of depletion.

Re: Peak oil is a non-threat

Unread postby Carnot » Wed 16 Oct 2019, 06:27:40

As rocdoc says please go to the thread on the Abiotic oil theory (nonsense)

If you wish to learn about how petroleum is formed then this is a good reference.
https://booksite.elsevier.com/978012088 ... 530web.pdf

For those who believe in an electric future then I would ask you this. How are the materials for the transition to an electric future to be produced. Currently about 1 barrel of oil in 10 is used for petrochemicals and this is likely to increase. All those electric cables will need a conductor and an insulating jacket. The construction of wind turbine blades will require composite materials, as will the solar panels. Then there is the minor problem of powering sea going vessels which will be a necessity for those overpopulated areas of the world where raw materials and foodstuffs will have to be imported.

Peak is a non threat. Not at the moment it might just not be. But as the population speeds past 9 billion (currently 7.7 billion) I am not so sure.

Population is the biggest threat to our world and no-one wants to start the discussion.
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Re: Peak oil is a non-threat

Unread postby StarvingLion » Wed 16 Oct 2019, 12:01:47

Carnot is finally back from flying around the world visiting Buffet Tables and all he has to say is that the debt holders are the problem?

Holy shit, how does this dude think the rich people are getting rich?

Placing Worthless Debt Yokes around the necks of Shitheads, duh...but according to Carnot they are finding giant oil fields every year.

The Lawyer, Banking, etc SCUM need the population to increase exponentially.

Its called The Progress Hoax
Cog's brain was in a jar left open and maggots ate it.
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