Book Review: Blip: Humanity’s 300 Year Self-Terminating Experiment With Industrialism (Clugston)

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Book Review: Blip: Humanity’s 300 Year Self-Terminating Experiment With Industrialism (Clugston)

America supports 330 million people who eat food, drive cars, consume everything in sight, and utilize over 80 different minerals and metals that make our civilization work.  Those non-renewable natural resources (NNRs) allow us our extraordinarily mechanized, chemicalized and advanced society—as well as our extraordinary standard of living…

America supports 330 million people who eat food, drive cars, consume everything in sight, and utilize over 80 different minerals and metals that make our civilization work.  Those non-renewable natural resources (NNRs) allow us our extraordinarily mechanized, chemicalized and advanced society—as well as our extraordinary standard of living…

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