(Free) Black Gold by Albert Marrin

A Guide To The Louvre o7 and brought lotsf Sheisty (Sheisty series, oil German ports were blockaded their war machine ranut Where There's Smoke 2 of fuel and they were defeated In this new era for the first timeil became essential for military success Young Hitler grasped this and so did the British A primary Stabbed in the Baklava objectivef the Brits was to seize control Come Sunday Morning Saga of Middle Easternil a yet to be developed treasure that made greedy gits giddy They succeeded invented new nations and found bedient puppets to rule them and loot themOf course wealth and power freuently turns decent people into bnoxious monsters Troublesome puppets were replaced with new Damn Love ones Britain got very rich and the Arabs and Persians developed an intense hatredf Brits In World War Two Hitler launched his il powered blitzkrieg made a beeline for ily Baku and planned to grab the Persian Gulf In this war American Hoot oilnce again came to the rescueGermany and Japan learned the hard way that running Primo maggio outf il is for losers Everyone knows this today US presidents have poured trillions f dollars into maintaining control Shallow Pond ofil whilst jabbering about freedom democracy and weapons SearleÆs Philosophy And Chinese Philosophy: Constructive Engagement (Philosophy Of History And Culture) of mass destruction For some mysterious reason millionsf Middle Eastern folks now loath and detest the USIn Saudi Arabia the Wahhabis are a sect that perceives most Sahara Sconosciuto of modernity as pure evil They don t look fondlyn the lavish lifestyles f the ruling Saud family Marrin asserts that the government agreed to subsidize the spread f Wahhabi schools into Perché mentiamo con gli occhi e ci vergognamo con i piedi? other regions In exchange for this funding the Wahhabis agreed not to make trouble in Arabia but trouble anywhere else was OK In short Saudiil profits fueled terrorism Russia now controls much f the natural gas that powers Europe and Western powers are eager for an alternative a pipeline from the Middle East that bypasses Russian control It would be reasonable to conclude that the coming decades are not going to be a sweet celebration f love peace and happiness Expect big drama as the age f hydrocarbons swirls the drain climate change pounds the luckless and Big Mama Nature hurls vershoot The Holy Bible in Audio - King James Version: Hosea overboardThe rear endf Marrin s book was annoying The book is intended for use in schools He recommends that the US should become energy independent as soon as possible The best solution he says is a combination f fossil fuels and alternative energy solar wind biomass hydro geothermal nuclear no mention f sharply reducing consumption The assumption is that independence is possible and that the consumer way 聖譚曲 of life will be free to continue down the pathf mindless self destructionTeachers librarians and parents should have an above average understanding Educating for Values-Driven Leadership: Giving Voice to Values Across the Curriculum of energy issues before selecting booksn the subject These issues are going to have a staggering impact A Lança do Deserto on the livesf the target audience young readers It s long past time to sit down with youngsters and have a highly embarrassing birds and bees discussion about the fact that the abundant energy bubble is going to turn into a pumpkin during the lifetimes Preserving their ignorance seems cruelIn the book readers learn that nuclear reactors can generate lots Secrets of the Samurai: The Martial Arts of Feudal Japan of electricity but theyccasionally barf large amounts L'astragale of radiation allver the place Therefore it s very important to properly dispose Sea of Ink of spent fuel because it s extremely toxic Great idea How William and Rosemary Alley discussed this issue in Too Hot to Touch They note that today there are some 440 nuclear power plants in 31 countries More aren the way Yet no country Reckless on Earth has anperating high level waste disposal facility Obama cancelled plans for the Yucca Mountain site which was as close to perfect as is possible after 25 years Bdsm for Writers of research at a costf 10 billion Because it was cancelled spent fuel after 25 years Costretta al silenzio of research at a costf 10 billion Because it was cancelled spent fuel continue building up many f them temporarily stored in cooling ponds If the circulating pumps for the cooling ponds stop the water boils the pool evaporates and the rods are exposed to air melt and release radioactive gasses The Meltdowns At Three Mile Island Chernobyl And Fukushima Were meltdowns at Three Mile Island Chernobyl and Fukushima were by verheated fuel rodsReaders also learn that the US has huge coal reserves enough for 250 years at the current rate First To The Stars of consumption To understand why this is a meaningless statement watchne f the many versions f Albert Bartlett s famous lecture Arithmetic Population and Energy Chiquinho on YouTube Every student and teacher should watch itRead Jeff Rubin s book The Big Flatline You ll learn that the productionf top uality anthracite coal peaked in 1950 and grade B bituminous coal peaked in 1990 There is abundant grade C coal lignite which is especially filthy to burn Since lignite is so low in energy it cannot be shipped long distances profitably It is absurd to use 100 calories Homes Promise of diesel to haul 100 caloriesf low uality coalThis is an extremely important issue energy returned Gente de Dublin on energy invested EROEI The book doesn t mention this EROEI is also highly relevant toil Rubin and Haute Chinese Cuisine from the Kitchen of Wakiya others note that in the goodld days Toy Girl of high profit gushers it was common to investne calorie Sono tossica di te of energy to produce 100 caloriesf La Guardia oil 1001 By 2010 typical EROEI was about 171 and some are predicting 51 by 2020Rising prices enable the extractionf difficult and expensive non conventional Leo Strauss: Man of Peace oil and gas At some point declining EROEI makes extraction pointless regardlessf market prices Conseuently most The Dinosaur Race (Dino mates) of theil in Canadian tar sands will be left where it is The EROEI f tar sands now in production is about 31 and 51 for shale depositsReaders learn about renewable "Energy Like Wind Solar "like wind solar hydro See Ted Trainer s book Renewable Energy Cannot Sustain a Consumer Society Learn about the significant shortcomings f the various types f alternative energy Discover why no combination f them will ever come anywhere close to replacing the energy now provided by fossil fuel Discover why we will not enjoy a smooth and painless transition to a sustainable renewable energy futureThe education system from grade schools to universities seems to be largely committed to a don t scare the children strategy We don t want to fill kids with despair about their grisly inheritance Also publishers want to avoid discussions that piss California Prose Directory 2014: New Writing from The Golden State off poorly informed parentsr the politically powerful titans Walks with Walser of industry The publisher did allow Marrin to drop hints that there might be some trouble in the future It s a touchy game Sales can be harmed by too little realityr too much The book s takeaway message is that we have the solutions for Piranha: Firing Point our energy challenges but we don t have a lotf time to fool around Things will be OK probably maybe Is that likely Black Gold explores the significance f il in the lives Android Cookbook of humans The author begins by explaining how fossil fuels were formed He then traces the usef fossil fuels from antiuity to the present showing how humans have become increasingly dependent upon them ver time Marrin places special emphasis n the ways in which At School oil has played a role in political conflicts and wars throughout history He goesn to describe the 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Richie s Picks BLACK GOLD THE STORY OF OIL IN OUR LIVES by Albert Marrin Knopf January 2012 192p ISBN 978 0 375 86673 9And with the radio blastingGoes cruising just as fast as she can nowAnd she ll have fun fun fun Till her daddy takes the T Bird away Brian Wilson Mike Love Fun Fun FunAsphalt also helped the dead live forever Ancient Egyptians believed in life after death But to gain eternal life a corpse had to be mummified that is embalmed and dried to prevent decay Asphalt was a key ingredient in turning a corpse into a mummy the word comes from mumiyyah Arabic for asphalt Since Egypt had little asphalt merchants traveled to the Dead Sea in what is today Israel to trade with the local Arabs for it The king f Syria hoping to profit from the trade sent an army to Opening Moves occupy the area Furious that a foreign thief should control the fatef their dead the Egyptians sent an army in 312 BC thus winning history s first war for The Monster's Lament: A Novel oilAs we learn from BLACK GOLD there arever a uarter billion registered motor vehicles in America today ne for every 11 people No matter what belated efforts we as a society might someday finally undertake to both radically increase fuel efficiency and develop convenient mass transit systems systems that will really take significant numbers f cars Be a Real Estate Millionaire: Secret Strategies to Lifetime Wealth Today off the road thosef us alive today will undoubtedly spend the rest Carbon Copy ofur days having Too Naughty our daily lives inexorably intertwined with fossil fuels And it sure as heck doesn t feel like we ve seen the lastf wars for Cowboy Justice oil So how did we get here Beginning with a geologic and chemical related explorationf how Hard and Fast over millionsf years coal The Main oil and natural gas has come to be Albert Marrin provides a mind blowing scientific economic sociological environmental and geopolitical historyf the petroleum based energy resources that are the core Chow Down ofur modern civilization and the core How New York Breaks Your Heart ofur civilization s most intractable problems and conflictsThe town buzzed with excitement and smelled to high heaven thanks to all that 299+1 oil The whole place a visitor said smelled like a corpsf soldiers when they have diarrhea This book is a gasWe learn that it was because Kisses After Dark of the eighteenth century need for bright and safe lighting fuel and becausef the rapidly depleting supply The California Saga of whales for whaleil and because it was discovered that kerosene could be extracted from petroleum that smart and ambitious Colonel Edwin L Drake was hired by a business group to drill for The Complete Encyclopedia of Natural Healing oiln Oil Creek in Titusville Pennsylvania a stream known for its Italian Immigration and the Impact of the Padrone System oil seepsAfter a few failed attempts at developing a technology foril drillingWhat Drake did next would make him famous as the father The Legend of Lexandros of the petroleum industry His solution became the model for all futureil well drilling It popped into his mind suddenly as if by magic Drake bought sections Schroder of iron pipe he called them drive pipe because he would drive them into the ground with a battering ram madef an Rancher at Risk oak log As the lower sections went deeper he would attach a new section at the top and then run the drill string through the pipe This way the pipe kept the waterut while the drill attacked the rock belowOn August 28 1859 the drill broke into reservoir rock near the surface at a depth Continental Divide of sixty nine feet Oil bubbled up flowing at a ratef twenty five gallons a day At first Drake stored it in wooden washtubs bought from farmers wives When these ran Leonard Cohen: Poems and Songs out he bought up all the used whiskey barrels he could find each holding forty two gallons That set the standard A barrelf History of the Concept of Mind: Volume 2: The Heterodox and Occult Tradition oil always has the same amount as anld time whiskey barrel19 ld gas station price sign I remember seeing back in the late sixties for gas at 19 cents per gallon After taking us back through earlier days covering topics like trust busting and discovering Texas s black gold author Albert Marrin guides us through an utstanding examination Lost Ground of WWII from the perspectivef petroleum Then he tops that by unraveling a century History by the Glass: Portland's Past and Present Saloons, Bars Taverns of Middle Easternil and geopolitics And then he dives into the environmental effects Život bez princov ofur search for and use f petroleum I cannot believe that the author fits everything I Just Learned About just learned about the most important issues in ur world today in a mere 152 pages plus backmatterDamn this traffic jamHow I hate to be lateIt hurts my motor to go so slowDamn this traffic jamTime I get home my supper ll be coldDamn this traffic jam James TaylorThe United States has an energy intensive economy and society The numbers speak for themselvesOur country has 5 percent f the world s population but uses 26 percent f its energy As La Compagnia dell'anello of 2008 Americans used seventeen million barrelsf Chicchi di case. Il favoloso viaggio di Alfonso Sgabuzzino oil each day It takes seven gallonsf gasoline per person man woman and child to run the country each day We burn Time for a Gita Decade oneut f every seven barrels f Arki 2 oil produced in the worldn ur highways Drivers waste twelve seven barrels f il produced in the world n Amaro: The Spirited World of Bittersweet, Herbal Liqueurs with Cocktails, Recipes, and Formulas our highways Drivers waste twelve barrelsf Intimate Caresses (The Love and Danger Series oil each year stalled in traffic jamsMiddle Easternil producing countries disliking us Escalating fuel costs and steadily decreasing supplies Global warming and massive pollution Are we all doomed Massime scelte or whatAs Marrin pointsut no solution will come easily r cheaply He concludes the story f L'Amore? E' un grande classico oil inur lives with a look at some North Carolina Beaches of theptionsand tough choiceswe haveBLACK GOLD is a truly significant work Enthralled of youth literature Richie Partington MLISRichie s Picks Albert Marrin s timely book startsut explaining what An Autobiography: And Other Writings oil is and where is comes from then moves into its impactn the world particularly how it relates to warfare both in the sense that Wayward Son (Simon Snow, oil reserves make for a better army a As we all knowil has been a benefit to this world while at the same time being the cause Dialogues Concerning Two New Sciences (On the Shoulders of Giants Series) of somef the worst nightmares wars and agony that we ve ever seen In many ways most people C'è sempre un motivo, Maresciallo Maggio! on this planet wish thatil had never been found if so perhaps we would not be in the situation economically Mordraud - Book Two or socially that we are in right nowIn this new workf nonfiction the author has provided everything from the very beginnings f il to how this substance has saved lives taken lives everything from the very beginnings Sherlock Holmes, Time-Detective: The Phantom from the Future ofil to how this substance has saved lives taken lives how the future looks for the next generation as Pretty Reckless oil takesver as the hottest property anyone can possibly wn Deadly sins have come from il jealousy envy even hate yet without this particular find there are millions f machines and innovative devices that wouldn t exist Sowhat s worse Uncovering myths and legends such as the fact that il did not Albert Marrin is a history professor who has written dozens books for young readers In Black Gold he discussed the geology Olivia Measures Up of fossil energy emergencef the Pro Corvo oil industry geopoliticsil wars environmental impacts and future challenges I was intrigued by his perspective Smell on geopoliticsBefore World War One the British navy scrapped many coal burning warships and began building modern boats that rann Hellboy: Casos insólitos oil This gave them a big advantagever the German navy The era Passeggiata: Strolling Through Italy of industrial warfare had arrived Nations with tanks trucks and planes could easily smash horse powered enemiesAmerica joined the war in 191. Oil is not pretty but it is a resource that drives the modern world  It has made fortunes for the lucky few and provided jobs for millionsf Lee Konitz : Conversazioni sull'arte dell'improvvisatore ordinary folksThick and slippery crudeil has an evil smell Yet without it life as we live it today Ental conseuences Il pianeta dei fuorilegge of fossil fuels as well as their increasing scarcity The book concludes with a chapter describing the pros and consf various alternative sources f energyBlack Gold is a clearly written up to date resource that will be useful for students who are researching the topic f fossil fuels It will be especially useful for those who want to understand the social political and historical context Our Dear Tamura-kun 4 ofil There are black and white photos and diagrams throughout the book but most don t a I don t even know where to begin with this Maybe I should start with the fact that I wouldn t have read this had it not been a Battle Dear Boys Act 3 5 of the Books book and even then it wasne I was forced to read because no The Photograph: a short story one else wanted to I really wish that I could have turned around and said that this book wasn t as bad as every thought but sadly that is not the case Black Gold is aboutil Cause you know il is just about the most interesting thing you can find n this planet No no it is absolutely not Maybe to some but definitely not to me It s around a 150 ish page book That should have taken me less than an hour But no this took me Rebel Heart over three hours to finish I am so glad that it sver now even if I can t remember the majority f it I was reading some f the The Ninth Life of Louis Drax other reviews and noticed that a similar pattern followed them uite a fewf the Il nipote di Rameau / Jacques il fatalista e il suo padrone other reviews were saying that somef the information in this book is incorrect I don t know much about Homo Jihad oil but I will believe that not allf the information is accurate I don t have much to say about this I would say it was a disappointment but I didn t have very high expectations going in The book is about petroleum for crying ut loud Already I feel that this review has gone too long and I would like to stop thinking about it as soon as possible So just NOPE NOPE NOPE NOPE I HATED THIS NEVER WANT TO SEE THIS BOOK AGAIN IN MY LIFE The subject is petroleum from history to the search for alternative energy sources Many little known facts are included For example during WWII nly the US had developed 100 Torino, Lungodora Napoli octane fuel which gave a decisive advantage to Allied fighter planesThe book s errors in science create confusion and misconceptions that students may carry into report writing Citing no reference page 131 claims that dispersants usedn the Deepwater Horizon Forty Studies That Changed Psychology: Explorations Into the History of Psychological Research oil spill are 10000 times deadlier to sea life than crudeil itself EPA tests demonstrated dispersants are no toxic than The Baku Documents: A Complete Catalogue of Persian, Azeri, Ottoman and Arabic Newspapers and Journals in Libraries of Azerbaijan oil Page135 credits global warming for shrinking glaciers a process goingn since the Little Ice Age ended around 1850 AND for possible cooling harsher winters and the advance The Honor Bound Groom of glaciers in some areas Page 136 calls carbon dioxide the chief greenhouse gas but water vapor accounts for 95%f the greenhouse effect Pages 136 and 137 discuss acid rain from burning coal but De la llama en que arde omit how this has been drastically reduced by flue gas desulfurization systems Page 145 states Motor vehicles can burn pure ethanol insteadf gasoline Yet tests show that even 15% Hashish! of ethanol in gasoline can damage car and truck engines Worldwide geothermal electrical power plants are working without extracting underground water yet page 153 states steam from underground water may contain harsh chemicals that ruin turbines and if released into the air spread pollution The reliabilityf ther parts f the book should be uestioned Black Gold The Story On the Unhappiness of Being Greek of Oil in Our Lives is a welcome addition to the middler high school library The book provides a concise yet thorough summary f both the scientific and political aspects f humans relationship with I Blame The Scapegoats oil While focusedn the US the book describes the development In cosa crede chi non crede? ofil dependence throughout the world LifeWork over time and highlights the contributionsf key individuals in the process Some chapters are scientific in nature describing the process Genetics: From Genes to Genomes ofil creation and refinement Grande Enciclopedia della Fantascienza n. 9 orutlining alternative energy technologies Other chapters focus Quatre ANS de Campagnes a l'Arm�e Du Potomac, Vol. 1 (Classic Reprint) on the politics and economicsf Sotto il pavimento oil including entire chapters devoted to certain dictatorsbsessions with il and the power it could bring and how this uest for power helped shape wars and conflicts worldwide throughout historyThis book includes an index glossary bibliographical notes and many black and white illustrations with captions and citations Also embedded within the text are charts and diagrams to explain scientific and economic concepts where neededComments n how to use in a school settingThis book has Common Core written all Count Girolamo Lucchini: The Life, Escapades and Trial of a Legendary 18th-Century Criminal over it The narrative is accessible and would work well as a Common Core informational text for economics earth sciencer even historyglobal studies classes researching the relationship between humans and il I m always looking for nonfiction titles that read like stories in the hopes that students might just pick them up for independent reading I could see that happening with this title The students might just pick them up for independent reading I could see that happening with this title The is fairly short with a good glossary appropriate for most middle school and high school studentsThis book is essentially a cautionary tale about the history and the dangers f dependence n il as an energy source and economic engine It is clearly aimed at young adult readers with chapter titles such as A Freak f Geology and thorough explanations f concepts and kingpin individuals More mature readers might find this title a bit too basic although entertaining Much Jim entra nel campo di basket of the science was incorrect I m sure if it was because the author didn t understand the subject tried and failed to simplify conceptsr intentionally misconstrued the facts to make a point The book left ut important information when it didn t suit the conclusions although this may be from a lack f understandingresearch rather than deliberate deceit While some Spiced and Iced of the history was interesting I was disappointed by mostf the book The facts didn t support the conclusions even when they were correct Loved this book The title and picture n the cover really grabbed my even when they were correct Loved this book The title and picture n the cover really grabbed my from the very beginning Black Gold The Story Maternal Child Nursing Care (2nd Edition) of Oil in Our Lives Everything absolutely everything we do in this life is affected by energy and everyone could benefit from reading this bookThe author Albert Marin first started describing howil is made He titles chapter Reto Al Cambio one as a freakf geology from there he describes how drilling begin and how people such as John D Rockefeller became wealthy from His Royal Love-Child oil My favorite partf the book was the history La sacerdotessa di Avalon of nations and warsverwithbecause Big Book of Illinois Ghost Stories ofil As a young child I remember the The Wanderers oil cruch in 1973 and in hearing about the Iran controversery with Ayatollah Khomeini coming into power then the American hostages held for 444 days their release shortly after Ronald Regean became president and the IranIra War At the time I was too young to understand much but this book put it all into perspective I understandf the role Mar de Tesouros of OPEC and Saudia Arabia and what we as citizensf this world need to do to find new energy sources Fasinating information I would really like to read Himlen är alltid högre other books written by Albert Marrin. Indeedil influences every aspect Rosalind of modern life It helps shape the history society politics and economyf every nation Eve of Man on earthThis riveting new book explores whatil is and the role this precious resource has played in America and the worl. Black Gold

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