The Gas Scarcity Thing

“Estimates based on the most complete data now available place the end of our gasoline supply between ten and twenty years, with the odds in favor of ten rather than twenty.”
              — D. H. Killeffer, secretary of the New York division of the American Chemical Society, (New York Times 1925). Cited in Washington Post 08/13/06

Eighty-one years later, the quote is as fresh as ever, isn’t it.

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Comments

  1. That is very scary. This currnet administration needs to go!!!