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Nate Hagens “Peak Oil” – Why Smart Folks Disagree – Part II

[ There’s a great deal of interest in the Hill’s Group report, but Nate Hagens came up with similar results back in 2007 and he explains his ideas far more eloquently.  Although much production of U.S. oil and gas may … Continue reading

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Twenty (Important) Concepts I Wasn’t Taught in Business School – Part I

Twenty (Important) Concepts I Wasn’t Taught in Business School – Part I by Nate Hagens  September 20, 2013   theoildrum This article is full of great writing, charts, graphs, and illustrations, and explains quite well why nature and energy are our … Continue reading

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Nate Hagens rebuttal of Bill McKibbens “Politics: Global Warming’s Terrifying New Math”

Timeline: die-off: event odds low 10-15% next 10-20 years, though higher after that (1 Dec 2012). End-of-growth realized by public: 90% next few years, 99% in 5-7 years (1 Dec 2012) 17 Oct 2012 Rebuttal of Bill McKibbens 19 July … Continue reading

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