Sunday, October 7, 2012

Struggling with Reality and QEn

Read this:

The War Between Credit and Resources

Similarly, in ethanol policy, instead of reconfiguring transportation systems or investing in rail, the U.S. foolishly wasted billions trying to produce more liquids when the real problem was the quickly escalating cost of oil supply. As we now understand, agricultural production is not free, but instead tied very much to fossil fuel costs. So the dream of escaping from high oil prices by running large-scale food-to-fuel programs is destined to fail.

As we now understand
...well, maybe not all of us yet.

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