Mon, 05/26/2008 - 02:34 — EduTube

This part of the lecture discusses the world's consumption and supply of oil, and how major discoveries of new oil are completely insignificant compared to world demand - they would be consumed in a matter of days. Also discussed is the inequity in oil consumption with the US consuming much more than the world average. Lecture by Dr. Albert A. Bartlett, professor emeritus of Physics at the University of Colorado-Boulder

See also: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Exponential_function

Part 1: http://edutube.org/en/video/arithmetic-population-and-energy-part-1-8

Part 2: http://edutube.org/en/video/arithmetic-population-and-energy-part-2-8

Part 3: http://edutube.org/en/video/arithmetic-population-and-energy-part-3-8

Part 4: http://edutube.org/en/video/arithmetic-population-and-energy-part-4-8

Part 5: http://edutube.org/en/video/arithmetic-population-and-energy-part-5-8

Part 6: current video

Part 7: http://edutube.org/en/video/arithmetic-population-and-energy-part-7-8

Part 8: http://edutube.org/en/video/arithmetic-population-and-energy-part-8-8

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