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What I like about this book most though, as opposed to so many doomsday books, is it is first easily readable to everybody.

The first step to putting yourself in a better place is to truly understand where you and we as a race are right now. The distinction between debt and liabilities. He is the cofounder of PeakProsperity. The world is running out of oil.

This is an important book. Many economic theorists support this. We are in for a world of hurt if we don’t change how we do things and our insistence upon economic growth at all costs. What can you do? Frank has done an incredibly glib job of citiquing Martenson. Oct 06, Paul rated it really liked it Shelves: It is better to be prepared for something that might not happen, than be ill-prepared for something that DOES. I would also recommend it to those who are of a “conservative” bent i.

Martenson suggests that the way of how people live and life quality will change by getting simple.

In he released YouTube videos he called The Crash Course divided into 19 short video chapters of problems in the nonsustainability of our economy, energy and environment. This was one of the most rewarding, eye-opening books I’ve ever read.


Christopher Martenson

The distinction between predicament and problem. Something that we have been talking about for a while anyway. Martenson explains things with a combination of clear explanation e. Mar 20, SD Mittelsteadt rated it really liked it. There are some occasional predictions though. He doesn’t say it like a nutter, and he says many things that those nutters don’t say, so I can’t pigeonhole him. Great rational overview of what ails our nartenson and economic system.

The book is rich in use of data and analysis and Martenson skillfully navigates through concepts, definitions, to drive his points very clearly in an elegant and easy to follow way, making it an easy, digestible read. This bears none of he hallmarks of a scam. The Great Recession proved that, regardless of those who claim they predicted it. I read this years ago, but occasionally go back to it, because it’s one of the few presentations in this genre that isn’t screaming the end is near, but rather presents a case with a calm perspective and more importantly numbers to b Great rational overview of what ails our financial and economic system.

Why all these options? Make your own life just a little more sustainable and independent. All that is good advice and the lessons taught in the book are generally good.

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His three coursse themes centre around energy-supply, the environment and the economy all of which he sees as moving in an unstoppable negative direction. He also runs a financial advisory website with suggestions based on the ideas in his bo The boomsters have had their decade and more, and the time is now ripe for the doomsters to take the stage.

I met King Hubbert some time ago and know what he had to go through to get the oil companies to understand that any and all resources courss the earth are extracted at a rate that follows a normal curve,And that knowing just the shape of part of the upside you could predict the peak.


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I liked his distinction between problems and predicaments. It’s also interesting to follow Chris Martenson and his perspective as his perspective is partial borne out, but yet also to see the surprising fact that the system seems to be holding together longer than expected.

He speaks about a general but true pattern. Retrieved 25 October But, he does recognize some points I had already seen – growth is not prosperity, and we’re past “peak growth” in so many ways in our economy.

This article has multiple issues. What happened to living within your means? Apr 15, Psipsipsi rated it liked it. This book thoroughly shows how unsustainable our economic system is.

The consequences of massivedeleveraging will be severe.

The books is basically a opinion of the author of what is going to happened with t It was a great book on economics. In the past, civilisations have collapsed for various reasons.

May 11, Yustiniya Khokhlova chrls it it was amazing. The analogy about snow above is mixing apples with oranges. Nov 05, David rated it really liked it. He explains the connection between environment, economics and energy the three E’s which is also the main idea of the book.

These problems are serious and worth contemplating.