‘When Oil Peaked’ argues for alternative energy sources — soon

Retired Princeton professor Kenneth S. Deffeyes says global oil production had its high point in 2005 and in about a century the world will depend on other energy sources. Fans of John McPhee’s 1981 book “Basin and Range” will remember Kenneth S. Deffeyes, the longtime Princeton professor who helped guide the reader through what was then called the “New Geology.” “Deffeyes,” McPhee wrote, “is a big man with a tenured waistline. His hair flies behind him like Ludwig van Beethoven. He lectures in sneakers.”

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‘When Oil Peaked’ argues for alternative energy sources — soon

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