Radio Ecoshock is a long running B.C. produced podcast hosted by Alex Smith that interviews the best minds in the world on climate change and related topics. The archive is very rich and well worth your time exploring. It’s been my favorite podcast for years. Here is this week’s episode.
“Oil company BP says recoverable oil runs out in 50 years. American scientist James H. Brown publishes study saying this means a crash of economy and population is “very, very likely”. Then Canadian climate scientist Andrew Weaver on our prospects, and why he ran for the Green Party.
Warning: If you are already feeling depressed, this may not be the program for you. Maybe you should take a walk outside instead. Really. That would be OK.”
This is an excellent interview on oil and the economy…
Here are two quite intelligent people having a thoughtful discussion on climate change, but because they do not understand the relationship between energy and wealth, nor the difference in EROI between types of energy, they do not have a clue what is going on.
This is very typical for of all sorts of “experts”, including most climate scientists.
Tim Garrett is the most important and least recognized physicist on the planet because he discovered a theory that explains and quantifies the relationship between wealth and energy consumption.
Here is Garrett’s home page with links to his papers:
Here is a wikipedia page that explains his theory:
Here is a new interview with Tim Garrett:
I’ve listened to Garrett’s previous interviews many times and never tire of them because there are so many difficult and important concepts to absorb.
Here is a list of Garrett’s work compiled by Frank White:
Here is an August 2020 paper co-authored with Steve Keen:
Every once in a while Chris Martenson has an interesting guest on his podcast. I found this one on Zimbabwe’s hyperinflation quite good.