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November 9th, 2004
Molecular Manufacturing vs. Peak Oil
Civilization could be facing a big problem in the next few years. Oil could get considerably more expensive soon.
"Peak Oil" is not when we "run out" of oil; it's simply when our collective ability to extract enough oil is exceeded by our demand for oil.
So how does this relate to molecular manufacturing? Well, to avoid a "Peak experience," some new technology will have to come online and grow quite rapidly.
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