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  •  That level is probably sustainable (0+ / 0-)

    because it amounts to such a small amount of total energy consumption.  People can easily find savings in other parts of their lives, or pay slightly more for food, to make up any scarcity difference required.  Not to mention energy alternatives such as anaerobic digesters and biofuels  that agriculture has always been on the forefront of developing.

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