After the industrial era, nothing more?

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The industrial age has entered its critical phase. The gradual reduction process is well underway in 2005, and in a few years the industrial age will stop, mean by this that the industrial plants of all kinds can no longer continue.

The threat to energy supplies irreparably condemns existing industrial infrastructure and industrial activities that result. No one can ignore that primary energy resources run out, it's a matter of a few years at most, and at the same time, these resources will see their production costs increase dramatically as a result of their scarcity facing a demand is increasing every day. We live in a world where everything closely follows what happens industrially. Due to the global industrial organization, a tiny change in a primary endpoint (such as for example oil prices) has incalculable consequences for a number of things.

The latest industrial wind will come from Asia, particularly China, meanwhile, the two other powers, America and Europe will experience unbearable difficulties to contain their industries, jobs their industries without speaking of course of innumerable industries indirectly related to their activities. Do not even evoke the situation of Africa that dark. After that, nothing.

PROSPECTIVE - 18 / 10 / 2005
Chronicle Olivier RIMMEL


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