Me gustaría que AMT y resto de divulgadores del mensake pikolero, comentárais este interesante artículo que publica Ignacio Ramonet en "Le Monde Diplomatique" y que he leido en Other News (http://www.other-news.info/noticias/2013/05/el-mundo-en-2030/). Me desconcierta ciertamente esta visión tan alejada del mensaje pikolero. Se menciona de pasada el tema de recursos energéticos. En fin, leedlo si podéis y ya me diréis.
"This economic trend implies an average growth rate of 3.4% over 26 years. Compared to the population growth rate 1%, it means that the world income per capita will increase by 2.4% per year over the period.
Many people contest the compatibility of this trend with the exhausting of natural resources and notably oil ( In the 60, the Club of Rome predicted that most of the natural resources were rapidly exhausted). In spite of the present rise in oil price the CIA survey asserts that " Recent estimates indicate that 80 percent of the world's available oil still remains in the ground, as does 95 percent of the world's natural gas". Moreover, we can expect a decrease of oil prices by 2015 because natural gas usage will increase more rapidly than that of any other energy source. It means that the present high oil prices could be followed by a price collapse. Finally, in the long term ( After 2030 ), the fusion reactors would bring an inexhaustible source of energy. It will mean a drop in petrol consumption and a solution to the global warming."
"-New energy sources : One of the future challenges is achieving nuclear fusion that can provide mankind with an unlimited supply of energy. Moreover, the industrial development of satisfactory electric vehicles will take place in the years to come. "