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Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Sustainable Energy and the World to Come (SEatWtC) Part 1

World energy usage
Image source: Rice University Report
World energy usage

Setting the Stage

This entry is the beginning of a 25-part series that dicusses the current dynamics (well, as of late 2008 at least) of the world's energy policies, energy types ans sources, tomorrow's balance of power and global warming. Put together, this series should read very much like a research paper, because wouldn't you know, that's exactly what this is.

Today all you get is the Table of Contents. Though it's entirely boring and mostly uninformative, I am including it so that at the end, y'all can see how this can all be put together to resemble a research paper. (For all you college kids out there who will blatently rip off this work, eat your heart out!) The point of this paper was to be a useful synopsis, not a rigorous study, of energy policies and our path forward. To give you an idea of exactly how high-level this stuff really is, when you see my references thoughout the series, you'll notice almost all of my references are from Wikipedia! Wikipedia is by no means the be-all-and-end-all of information, so blame the anonymous masses who contribute to Wikipedia for any inaccuracies you will invariably find.

Oh, and for convenience sake, just be smart and realize that I abbreviate Sustainable Energy and the World to Come as SEatWtC. Blog titles are very expensive real estate!

Ok, on to the Table of Contents (TOC):

Table of Contents

Tune in tomorrow for Part 2 of SEatWtC!

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