Since my frequency of updating on this blog has gone down considerably and I know at least one person who won’t stop nagging me about it, I will do the tag first, although I was saving it for a busier time when I REALLY have nothing to write about. Anyway, I was tagged by Akshay, again.
Pick up the nearest book.
Open page 123.
Find the fifth sentence.
Post the next three sentences.
Tag five people, and acknowledge the person who tagged you.
Ah this is easy! Here it is:
As long as there is enough primary energy-at tolerable prices-there is no reason to believe that bottlenecks in any other primary materials cannot be either broken or circumvented. On the other hand a shortage of primary energy would mean that the demand for most other primary products would be so curtailed that a question of shortage with regard to them would be unlikely to arise. Although these basic facts are certainly obvious, they are not yet sufficiently appreciated.
Book Name: Small is Beautiful: Economics as if people mattered
Author: E F Schumacher
My Opinion: So far, fabulous. Really.
That’s all. heh.