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What Would A U.S. Civil War Look Like? | OilPrice.com
There is little doubt that the US, despite the evidence that economic recovery is at hand, could spiral into a self-destructive descent of dysfunction, dystopia, and anomie. The path toward a “second civil war” has significant parallels with the causes of the first US Civil War (1861-65). Both events — the 19th Century event and a possible 21st Century one — saw the polarization of a fundamentally urban, abstract society against a fundamentally regional, traditional society.
socialstudies  war  civilwar  oil 
7 hours ago by astrogirl
Norway becomes the latest oil supply threat | Financial Times
the volatility of the oil market shown how even a small strike on Norway tipped the price 80$ upwards
oil  europe  norway 
5 days ago by hthief
Novel ecosustainable peat and oil shale ash-based 3D-printable composite material - ScienceDirect
Using milled peat and oil shale ash to make cheap 3D printed bricks. The oil shale ash has high pH, making it work well as a binder. Though the bricks take a day to harden up though...
millled  peat  oil  shale  ash  3D  printing  fabbing  materials  science  research  technology  construction  brick  architecture  building 
5 days ago by asteroza

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