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Out of the Cradle

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Where will we get our electricity when the oil and coal are gone?
Why should I care?

Abundant cheap electricity is a key element in getting and maintaining high human living standards around the globe. Stated another way, electricity is the foundation of modern technology. Without it, we go back to sailing ships and the horse. Anyone who thinks for a moment that we could f
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Hardcover, 198 pages
Published May 1st 2012 by Writers Cramp Publishing (first published April 20th 2012)
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Sharon
Aug 28, 2016 Sharon rated it really liked it
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Good "future book". A tad bit too political. Techy enough to interest my inner geek but didn't go so far into the hard science part that I couldn't follow along. Interesting concepts on power satellites and their funneling clean energy to use here on Earth.
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Jun 01, 2012 Charles Lesher rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
I wrote it so I should like it.
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Let me tell you just a little about myself. My folks were divorced before I was three back when divorce was unheard of. Guess they just couldn't take my incessant howling. No matter. They both loved me and that was all I really cared about at that age. I grew up bouncing between Colorado and Southern California and loving every minute of it. By the time I started high school, I had visited every s ...more
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