Life in the coming post-petroleum oil-free second Stone Age: Many experts say that we have already consumed over half of the world's known oil reserves and that we are rapidly using up the rest: Our coming life without oil: oops, no gasoline, no cars, no SUVs, no more commercial fertilizers, no more jet airliners, no more food transport, no more computer chips, no more personal computers and no more plastics, and that is just the begining of the severe impacts of running out of fossil fuel. We will all have to become home organic gardeners and many of us will have to become organic farmers. Check out the Cuban agricultural changes since 1990. The whole island of Cuba is now basically one large organic garden.
by James K. Sayre
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Without gasoline, there will be no viable truck food delivery system, so we will either be starving or growing our own food locally. No trucks, no gas, no food?
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Check out the Cuban agricultural changes since 1990. The whole island of Cuba is now basically one large organic garden. The Cuban agricultural experience in dealing with very expensive oil, fertilizers and pesticides may be a good model for us when the oil peak hits our economy. Cuban agriculture
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www.peakoil.org web site at: Peak oil
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