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Peak Phosphorus

Below is an excerpt from page 176 of Princeton professor Kenneth S. Deffeyes from his book “Beyond Oil, the view from Hubbert’s Peak” (2005): Phosphate (PO4+++) is mined commercially from sedimentary rocks containing the mineral apatite, a form of calcium … Continue reading

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