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Reduce Your Own Dependence on Fossil Fuels

Most people by know more than likely know who Dr. Marion King Hubbert was. The Shell Oil geologist that predicted that the US production of oil would begin to peak in 1970's and if you lived in the 1970's you all know what happened, a gas shortage, which of course means that he was right. It was als ...more




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