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"The Coming Famine: The Global Food Crisis and What We Can Do To Avoid It" author interview with Julian Cribb.

Next, University of Utah Physics Professor Dr. Tim Garrett explains why fossil-based wealth leads to both hyper-inflation and a ruined climate. All from a published, peer-reviewed paper in Journal "Climatic Change". According to our energy and wealth equation, only a sudden economic collapse could save us from 5 degrees Celsius global temperature rise (or more) by 2100. And we'll get over 100% inflation along the way. One of the most important interviews of the year.

And we visit with climate denial from France.

Download the audio for this episode here.

Editorial Notes: Read more about the Dr. Fellow's book here. You can find the text of Dr. Garrett's most recent paper submitted to Climactic Change here.

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