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A new report by British Petroleum predicts that world petroleum reserves will not last until 2060. Growth of world populations and of individual energy consumption will shorten this time. Our children will see catastrophic shortages of engine fuels, famines, and riots. Who can stop this madness?
 
 
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A new report by British Petroleum predicts that world petroleum reserves will not last until 2060. Growth of world populations and of individual energy consumption will shorten this time. Our children will see catastrophic shortages of engine fuels, famines, and riots. Who can stop this madness?

 
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