i agree with you

unfortunately the vast majority remain convinced that’’something is bound to turn up’’ — -for no better reason that our past has always been able to ‘’deliver’’ a livable future — — therefore it always will

few can grasp the reality, that employment profit and universal wellbeing requires ever increasing energy input

we built out current infrastructire on cheap surplus fuel, now we are trying to sustain it on expensive fuel

this is why we are beginning our slow collapse.

essentially our future has become unaffordable, but we will kill ourselves denying that


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