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  • Denis Frith
    This article realistically examines the supply and use of rare earth materials in a variety of goods that society is addicted to using as long as they are
    Message 1 of 1 , Sep 15, 2013
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      This article realistically examines the supply and use of rare earth materials in a variety of goods that society is addicted to using as long as they are available. There is appreciable uncertainty about when availability predicaments with cause grievous problems for many societies. However, when coupled with oil, food, potable water supply problems, over population together with the impact of climate change and ocean acidification, the uncertainty about what the future will be is markedly reduced. society would do well to consider this hoilstic predicment as it will provide sound perspective to aid the inevitable powering down.

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      Denis Frith recommends the following story from Phys.org:
      
      
      Rare earth metals: Will we have enough?
      http://phys.org/news/2012-09-rare-earth-metals.html
      
      
      
      
      Denis Frith's comment:
      For reference about one of the natural resource availability issues.
      
      
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