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Confronting Collapse by Michael C. Ruppert
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Jul 15, 11

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Read in July, 2011

This book is a mixed bag,
Much of what he says is true, I already knew about it, and others said it better.

Peak oil, soil erosion, the real cost of ethanol, hydrogen and other alt energy sources.

the general tone of the book is sarcastic rant,
which I could live without.

Also he says the occasional stupid thing,
Like who owns the FED?
Why a collection of jews and the Bush family, of course!

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Jamey Where in this book does the author say any such thing?

James Try reading the book :)

A year ago I could have told you,
I've long since moved on.

Jamey I just read the book and saw no such thing. Kindly refrain from talking shit. :-)

James You don't read very well, try again.

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