[b][url]http://lifeaftertheoilcrash.net/[/b][/url] This man's conclusions are particularly disturbing. I have been aware of concerns related to peak oil production for several years, but I hadn't given it much thought until I heard this guy interviewed at length. If his assertions are correct, or anywhere close to correct, we're all in very big trouble in the not too distant future. I don't know enough about the topic to be certain one way or the other. I do know that occasionally in press coverage I've heard very sober people express serious concern about this problem. This man's website defines the problem and outlines the very disturbing consequences if his view is correct. Although the topic may be dry I thought some of you would find this interesting. If his assertions are correct we'll all be kissing our RVs goodbye along with many other things. What I find interesting is that the author is NOT promoting or proposing a solution. His conclusion is that there the oil crash is inevitable, and that there is no viable alternative replacement technology on the horizon. He takes the time to cover all the alternatives and explains why each won't work.