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Review: The Ecotechnic Future by John Michael Greer – Resilience
For anyone concerned about peak oil and the future of industrial society, this book provides a solid analysis of how we got to where we are and offers a practical toolkit to prepare for the future. Cancel anytime and keep your audiobooks. Tony Craine gives a fine reading. Gallagher, The Great Courses Narrated by: These criticisms to one side, this remains an enjoyable and enlightening book. Should be read by anyone who has some sanity left.
It is this redefinition of what the future and what future technology will look like that is the scope of Greer’s most recent book. Those familiar with his other work will recognize his way with words. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
While some might have issues with the author’s religion, the book itself offers an interesting preview of a world that may come, perhaps sooner than we think. Sep 06, Charlie rated it it was amazing. Some of the training that prepares us for industrial jobs is completely useless in a post-carbon world. Poor writing style made this a challenge to read. Aug 25, Dimitris Hall rated it it was amazing Shelves: A long stroll through a bunch of disconnected thoughts.
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He must be aware the growth economics will finally stop and the endless growth required to pump-prime out money supply will have to stop.
The matters laid out by The Ecotechnic Future and The Long Descent form a significant part of what has been bothering me lately and will most likely influence my future decisions. First known manta ray nursery in Florida and new species news!
Roy Futrue Narrated by: Although Greer must understand this, he just omits it from his illustration of what our transition will ecotecunic like.
However that also may be because I have read too much Sci Fi Through it Greer happily pours disrespect upon almost everyone in the peak oil community and beyond. A book that I did not have to always agree with to appreciate. This is the middle book in a sequence of three The Long Descent, The Ecotechnic Future, and The Wealth of Nature which are not officially a series but which bring together in book form the themes that JMG has been developing in his blog over the last few years.
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But there is one energy source that does not suffer significantly from these drawbacks: Our pre-disposition to biblical scale catastrophe pushes us towards the extreme. If this book were a movie would you go see it? People who bought this also bought The long view of this book is well considered, and carefully constructed.
Glass is not a problem — we aren’t going to run out of sand anytime soon — and the amounts required of the other elements are trivial compared to current production and reserves. Listened to five times now!
Review: The Ecotechnic Future by John Michael Greer
If our decline will take decades or centuries, why become some weirdo druid guy? Eaarth, The Great Turning. Thanks for ecotwchnic us about the problem.
He spends most of the book treading a thin line between genius and madness.