Chris Martenson

The Crash Course: The Unsustainable Future Of Our Economy, Energy, And Environment

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    LE MAUSUshared an impression6 years ago
    💡Learnt A Lot

    Not too confusing...


    Karabakh TVhas quoted5 years ago
    Technology is a means of exploiting energy more efficiently and effectively, but it is not a source of energy
    Karabakh TVhas quoted5 years ago
    The big story is this: The world has physical limits that we are already encountering, but our economy operates as if no physical limits exist. Our economy requires growth. I don’t mean that growth is “required” as if it’s written in a legal document somewhere, but it is “required” in the sense that our economy only functions well when it’s growing. With growth, jobs are created and debts can be serviced. Without growth, jobs, opportunities, and the ability to repay past debts simply and mysteriously disappear, causing economic pain and confusion.
    Karabakh TVhas quoted5 years ago
    Our current system of money was unsustainably designed—and it was destined for failure; I just didn’t know when.

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