|Re: Long-Term Sustainability Notes Online...||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: Brian Bartholomew (bbstat.ufl.edu)|
|Date: Fri, 6 Jul 2007 10:29:47 -0700 (PDT)|
Ronald Frederick Greek <fred.greek [at] yahoo.com> writes: > 6,600,000,000 - 37,902,186 = 6.5 billion or so must die in the time > remaining for fossil fuels > As of 2007, a large portion of the global population is 20 or > younger. At current consumption globally of 30 billion barrels per > year, and the largest daydream of 1,200 billion barrels of oil, we > have 40 years until depletion... MUCH LESS until demand permanently > exceeds possible supply, and anyone not self-sufficient crashes. Let me see if I'm understanding you correctly. You want 99.4% of human beings to die within 40 years? Brian
- Long-Term Sustainability Notes Online... Ronald Frederick Greek, July 5 2007
- Re: Long-Term Sustainability Notes Online... Oliveau, July 8 2007
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