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Energy economics, energy physics, energy geology, all tightly packed together. If you really want to understand energy and how we best use it, this book is for you.Published 9 months ago by E. Calvin Beisner
It is an excellent review of how "POWER" evolves and how it is used and where it is going. The authors have done and excellent job is making this a very interesting read.!!Published 14 months ago by John Komives
Extremely in depth - but learned more that I needed to better understand.Published 14 months ago by Don Norton
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 23 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 23 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 on November 5, 2013 by Kenneth Barber