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National Geographic: End Of The Cheap Oil


From the front page of this month's National Geographic:

http://magma.nationalgeographic.com/ngm/0406/feature5/index.html

Think gas is expensive now? Just wait.

You've heard it before, but this time it's for real:

We're at the beginning of

THE END OF CHEAP OIL

"The END of SUBURBIA: Oil Depletion and the Collapse of the American Dream" is the world's first documentary that explores the end of the age of cheap oil, and what it means for America.

Production of this documentary began exactly one year ago; global oil depletion wasn't even on the global media's radar.

Now it is front page news, and the most important news story of our time.

Visit our site and be amongst the first to understand just what is really going on in global oil markets today. Get informed, inform others.

The END of SUBURBIA -Does the American Dream have a future?

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