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World Energy Consumption Since 1820 in Charts By   Gail Tverberg Figure 1 (above) shows the huge increase in world energy co...


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Thursday, 1 September 2016

Renewable Energy Just A Trendy Oxymoron, That Is A BIG HOAX!!!

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The Challenges & Opportunities In A Transition To 100% Renewable Energy 

Post Carbon Institute Fellows Richard Heinberg and David Fridley gave a joint presentation to the Security & Sustainability Forum—to share the key findings and takeaways that emerged from the analysis they conducted to co-author Our Renewable Future.
Below is a recording of their presentation.

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Now Consider Why A Renewable Energy Future Is Utterly


We Are Running Out of Natural Resources - Now What?


Humans are gobbling up natural resources at a terrifying rate

Humans are using too much crap.
That’s the official word from a new U.N. report on the use of natural resources. It found that, from the food we eat to the homes we live in to the fuels we burn, our rates of consumption are just unsustainable. That’s not too surprising, but the real shock is that our extraction of the primary materials used to make all of our stuff has more than tripled in the past 40 years.

“We urgently need to address this problem before we have irreversibly depleted the resources that power our economies and lift people out of poverty,” said the U.N.’s Alicia Bárcena Ibarra.
Unfortunately, it’s a trend that’s likely to continue. Unless we drastically change our systems of production, according to the U.N., the world’s population will require almost three times the amount of resources we currently use by 2050. Rich nations, especially, are overusing materials, sucking up 10 times more than the world’s poorest nations and twice the global average.
So put down those diggers, humans! It’s time to save some stuff for the future.

 The Term Also Contradicts The Second Law Of Thermodynamics 

What is the Second Law of Thermodynamics?

The laws of thermodynamics describe the relationships between thermal energy, or heat, and other forms of energy, and how energy affects matter. The First Law of Thermodynamics states that energy cannot be created or destroyed; the total quantity of energy in the universe stays the same. The Second Law of Thermodynamics is about the quality of energy. It states that as energy is transferred or transformed, more and more of it is wasted. The Second Law also states that there is a natural tendency of any isolated system to degenerate into a more disordered state. 


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