The End of the Oil Age

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Lulu Enterprises, Incorporated, 2004 - Science - 264 pages
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The End of the Oil Age is an anthology of science and geopolitical articles written by Dale Allen Pfeiffer. This collection contains all of the author's major articles about energy depletion, the confluence of environmental problems set to converge upon the world, and the implications for modern civilization. Understanding the global peak of oil production and the North American natural gas cliff is essential for making sense of what is happening in the world today. The book is a warning about the end of hydrocarbon based technological civilization.

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Pfeiffer is a geologist, a poet, and a musician.

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