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They don't use enough energy because they can't afford to.
Whether you read it to get the inside scoop on public policy or are concerned for the environment, this book will open your eyes, and make you smile.
Reality: That's BAD news, not good, and simply bodes increasing conflict over energy sources and uses in the future.
Mostly incorrect data, can only point to one place that oil sucked out keeps replenishing . We all know now the supply is not endless and the places left are in deep ocean's. Read morePublished 7 months ago by D. Boudreau
Remarkable book. With clarity and eloquence, elucidates a description of a hierarchy of energy chaos to order which supports the authors' opinion that we will jot run out,of... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Tully M. Friedman
Very thought provoking and objective. The book provides a well-developed perspective that is not prevalent in the current energy discourse. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Kenneth Barber
Only one who believes the infinite growth in this finite world is either a economist or insane.
As a physicist my self, I see the point of abundance of energy. Read more
He explains that oil does not come from dinosaur bodies like we've all heard.
In fact, the latest science indicates that the earth produces hydrocarbons on its own... Read more
Anyone seriously interested in energy should read this book. Most of what I previously read about energy was written by someone with an agenda so it was slanted to meet their view... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Gil
A lot of people seem offended by this book and I think they are missing the point. They talk about how clearly there is a finite amount of oil in our planet, why would the authors... Read morePublished 24 months ago by Jonathan Payne
The bottomless well is a must read for anyone who wonders how we got here and how we survive through thermodynamics. It is written in plain english and extremely well footnoted. Read morePublished on September 6, 2012 by W. Mahoney
I read this book quite a while ago and thoroughly enjoyed it, but at the time it seemed like science fiction. Read morePublished on May 2, 2012 by Dan P. Bullard