- Matthieu Auzanneau in Le Monde: Why the Pentagon is pessimistic (the influence of Matt Simmons) - NYT blog: Is ‘Peak Oil’ Behind Us? - Kjell Aleklett interview: Peak Oil: Not if but when - Arab News: Energy world facing unprecedented uncertainty - New Statesman: The age of cheap oil is over - Huffington Post:
Peak Oil Finally Piquing Analysts?
I am the editor and developer of the first Brazilian website focusing exclusively on Peak Oil - Pico do Petróleo - which was launched in the beginning of 2010. The site is a non-profit initiative and its content consists almost entirely of Portuguese translations of posts found on the Internet.
Promoted by blackandred on Sun, 2010/11/14 - 12:05pm
By Brandon Gray - 11/13/2010
It is not often that white people in imperialist countries like Canada get to know the individual names and faces of the people their government kills and maims...Omar Khadr, a fifteen year old Canadian citizen of Afghan origin is a rare exception to this rule, and the fact that he was convicted for war crimes offers a fitting example of the type of justice found under the jackboot of Anglo-American imperialism.
Promoted by blackandred on Sun, 2010/11/14 - 11:39am
By Zoe Blunt - November 12, 2010
I know that eventually we're going to win, and I know this because you can't fight nature forever. Civilization is going to collapse, and we're seeing that now. People say, "Don't take out a dam, they'll just rebuild it." Well, that was true for a long time, but now, they don't have the resources. They just don't have the money anymore.