Dale Allen Pfeiffer

Smell the roses – suicidal tendencies

Why does it seem that every time the price of gas goes up, motorists respond by driving faster? Is it some misguided belief that if they reach their destination quicker, they will use less gas?

June 29, 2008

Technology addicts

We become dependent upon technology and upon the system that provides it and the energy to run it. We forget how to do things for ourselves. …
Hello. My name is Dale, and I am a technology addict.

August 30, 2007

The Myth of the Hydrogen Economy

There is a lot of talk about the hydrogen economy. It is at best naïve, and at worst it is dishonest. A hydrogen economy would be a pitiful, impoverished thing indeed.

January 3, 2006

The Value of the Remaining Wilderness

ANWR is only the most noticeable tip of the iceberg here, as the White House and Congress are working together to open our entire remaining wilderness to resource production. We are witnessing the start of a mad scramble for crumbs as Peak Oil announces the end of abundance.

April 11, 2005

Peak Oil: Current Situation & 2005 Projections

So it appears that we may have reached an energy breather. Soft prices will be welcomed most graciously by those in denial of peak oil. Yet this will also give those of us who are aware a chance to prepare – perhaps our last chance before the roller coaster dives down the declining slope of production, carrying all in it.

December 28, 2004

New website: SurvivingPeakOil.com

A new website SurvivingPeakOil.com has been launched with a collection of essays on practical responses to the Peak Oil crisis.

October 12, 2004

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