|Subject:||[socialcredit] Re: Malthusian Pessimism|
|Date:||Wednesday, March 9, 2005 11:47:14 (-0500)|
|From:||W. Curtiss Priest <bmslib @...edu>
William B. Ryan wrote:
> As Hubbert's curve:
Dear Mr. Ryan,
I'll be brief. I have five professional years in the
study of both energy sources and energy conservation.
For example, to know if Kentucky coal could be mined to
keep up with demand, I performed a study on "Coal Manpower."
My 2002 MIT directory shows Lynch as a "visiting scholar"
in the "Center for International Studies."
This Center does not have a track record for energy
studies, such as the prior "Energy Lab" under Profs. Tester
and White; they were a casualty of usurped funding under
"right wing" US administrations.
And, the above Center not have the track record of the current
Laboratory for Energy and The Environment under Prof. Marks.
We have, in our MIT studies, always found that research
not funded by fairly neutral, government sources, are
So. Kindly inform me, so this discussion can remain
balanced, who funds "gasresources.net" and, in particular,
what is the major subscription base of:
The Journal of Energy and Development
I am fairly certain that you will find extensive corporate
backing. And, if you do, then we can mostly dismiss these
vacuous anti-arguments about the amount of oil reserves, at
a given price, for oil.
Kindly forward to groups cited to which I am not a member.
W. Curtiss Priest, Director, CITS
Research Affiliate, Comparative Media Studies, MIT
Center for Information, Technology & Society
466 Pleasant St., Melrose, MA 02176
781-662-4044 BMSLIB@MIT.EDU http://Cybertrails.org