Tuesday, June 26, 2007

Peter Pogany, Global efforts to substitute for oil: Learning by doing ourselves in

Global efforts to substitute for oil: Learning by doing ourselves in
by Peter Pogany

Contemporary discourse concerning the potentially enormous problem of dealing with peak oil overlooks the “own demand” of substitution. It takes a lot of oil to substitute for oil. A closer look reveals that the structural gyration of historical proportions associated with the process is up to its chin in the stuff.

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