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hunger for natural gas

Check out Stan Cox’s recent post on AlterNet about our hunger for natural gas. Not only does he talk about the physical dangers and dwindling supply of natural gas, but Stan also addresses the looming issue of natural gas as a crutch resource in food supply. “The era of cheap natural gas, like that of cheap oil, is ending,” he writes, “We have barely begun to assess the drastic, worldwide changes that will ensue….”

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