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Museletter 269: Paul Krugman and the limits of hubris

MuseLetter #269 / October 2014 by Richard Heinberg Download printable PDF version here (PDF, 111 KB) This month’s Museletter is a pair of rebuttals to economist-columnist Paul Krugman. Krugman recently hit out at Post Carbon Institute in his New York Times column over our stance on the end of growth. In these posts I hit [...]

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Museletter 268: Why Peak Oil Refuses to Die

MuseLetter #268 / September 2014 by Richard Heinberg Download printable PDF version here (PDF, 148 KB) Why Peak Oil Refuses to Die Pumpjacks image via shutterstock. Reproduced with permission.   Perhaps you’ve seen one of the recent barrage of articles claiming that fears of an imminent peak and decline in world oil production have either [...]

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Museletter 267: Blame the Environmentalists

MuseLetter #267 / August 2014 by Richard Heinberg Download printable PDF version here (PDF, 110 KB) The US energy revolution is starting to unravel, even while policymakers continue to believe the hype. This month’s Museletter looks at the reality behind the hype. First up is a look at the ballooning debt behind energy companies struggle [...]

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Museletter 266: Two Realities

MuseLetter #266 / July 2014 by Richard Heinberg Download printable PDF version here (PDF, 103 KB) Two roads diverged in a wood, and I— I took the one less traveled by, And that has made all the difference. –Robert Frost   Two paths via rhruzek/flickr. Creative Commons 2.0 license.   Our contemporary world is host [...]

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