Gregor Macdonald: What the End of Cheap Oil Means
From Chris Martenson Blogs
January 19, 2013 - 5:09pm
On the heels of Chris' recent report clarifying the global net energy predicament, he and PeakProsperity.com contributing editor Gregor Macdonald sit down to talk in depth about the broken relationship between energy costs and economic growth.
For much of the twentieth century, the developed world saw a steady march upwards in wages and living standards, due primarily to huge quantities of cheap, high-yielding liquid hydrocarbon. As we find ourselved bumping along the plateau of Peak Oil's apex, suddenly we find "growth" is a lot harder to come by.
Of course, if you follow the news today, this is not the story you are hearing.
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