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Quote  Jan-5-2007 Click to play the linked video or audio in a new window     James Howard Kunstler   TheTeam
I'm aware of having already lived more than a half century through the greatest fiesta of luxury, comfort, and leisure that the world has ever known. I enjoyed central heating, air conditioning, cheap air fares, cable TV, advanced orthopedic surgery, and computers. It would be churlish for me now to complain about any future hardship.

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Quote  Jan-5-2007 Click to play the linked video or audio in a new window     James Howard Kunstler   TheTeam
America finds itself nearing the end of the cheap-oil age having invested its national wealth in a living arrangement – suburban sprawl – that has no future. When media commentators cast about struggling to explain what has happened in our country economically, they uniformly overlook the colossal misinvestment that suburbia represents – a prodigious, unparalleled misallocation of resources.

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The Long Emergency is a broad presentation of the profound effects that societies world-wide may feel as carbon-based fuels become scarce, as global temperatures increase, and as natural resources including food become more scarce.

The author, James Kunstler, appears determined to wake us up, on an individual as well as collective basis, from what he describes as an "hallucination" i.e. that ample, cheap oil will be with us pretty much forever, and that our environment can withstand anything...  See entire review

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