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Visualizing What Energy Sources Power The World?

There are many types of maps out there, but one of the most telling ones is a simple satellite image of the Earth at night. As 's Jeff Desjardins writes, on these powerful images, the darkness is a blank canvas for the bright city lights that represent the vast extent of human geography. The bright […]

The Inevitability Of DeGrowth

Authored by Charles Hugh Smith via PeakProsperity blog, Even though we don't know precisely how the future will unfold, we know a few things about it: Of the 7.5 billion humans on the planet, virtually every individual wants to enjoy a high-energy consumption “middle-class” lifestyle. As a generous estimate, 1.5 billion people enjoy a high-energy […]

Are Russia And The Saudis Planning A Natural Gas Cartel?

Authored by Cyril Widdershoven via OilPrice.com, The fledgling production cut strategy of OPEC (Saudi Arabia) and non-OPEC (Russia and the FSU) shows that a new strategy is needed to counter the ongoing doubts in the markets. At the same time, Russia and Saudi continue to give indications of a possible OPEC 2.0 scenario, in which […]

As We Enter 2017, Keep The Big Picture In Mind

Submitted by Chris Martenson via PeakProsperity.com, The ‘meme’ circulating the internet and among my personal friend group is that 2016 was something of an awful year. Between a poisonous US election cycle, horrifying acts of senseless violence caused by refugees driving trucks in Europe, nightclub and other shootings, and high profile celebrity deaths it all […]