Richard Heinberg is best known as a leading educator on Peak Oil-the point at which we reach maximum global oil production-and the devastating impact it will have on our economic, food, and transport systems. His new book argues that limits to national and household debt plus tightening natural resource constraints mean that the era of economic growth is at an end. Richard has presented throughout the world and has been featured on radio and television and in documentaries.
In the first half, Peak Oil educator and fossil fuel critic, Richard Heinberg, discussed the problematic aspects of fracking as an energy resource. In the latter half, Robert M. Schoch, Ph.D discussed how coronal mass ejections (CMEs) from the Sun unleashed discharges upon Earth which triggered massive earth and climate changes, and decimated civilizations which predated Egypt. ... More »Host: George Noory
Numerologist Glynis McCants, an expert in how patterns of events unfold according to the energy signature of specific numbers, appeared in the first half. She revealed what the "6" energy of the year 2013 holds for us, and how this year will be a stark contrast to the hellish year that was 2012. In the latter half, Peak Oil educator and fossil fuel critic, Richard Heinberg, discussed the various ways we are selling out our future by tying ourselves to energy sources that cannot be sustained. ... More »Host: George Noory
In the first half of the program, leading educator on Peak Oil, the point at which we reach maximum global oil production, Richard Heinberg, talked about the devastating impact it will have on our economic, food, and transport systems. In the latter half, geopolitical analyst Craig B. Hulet discussed evidence of Saudi intelligence being involved with 9/11 as well as his concerns surrounding the War on Terror. ... More »Host: George Noory
During the final two hours, Algonquin healer, elder, and student of medicine men, Michael Bastine (book link), discussed his research of the rich legacy of the Iroquois Confederacy. In the first hour, author Richard Heinberg talked about how our new economic reality suggests that the era of growth has come to an end. ... More »Host: George Noory
Editor of Museletter, Richard Heinberg shared an in-depth look at the decline of oil production which he suggested was likely to occur before 2010. Among the ramifications of this would be the steep rise in price of gas, food, and other products, and the lowering of our standard of living, he said. "Planned war" with other countries over the remaining oil resources, was another likely outcome, he added. ... More »Host: George Noory
Editor of MuseLetter, Richard Heinberg discussed the world's oil depletion and the ever increasing dependence we've had on oil since the industrial revolution. ... More »Host: Art Bell