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What will happen when all the crude oil reserves, coal reserves, nuclear reserves(Uranium, Thorium) are over in the whole world? How would the world be?

Asked by guruchawla, 02 Oct '08 10:35 am
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Although technology has made oil extraction more efficient, the world is having to struggle to provide oil by using increasingly costly and less productive methods such as deep sea drilling, and developing environmentally sensitive areas such as the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.The world's population continues to grow at a quarter of a million people per day, increasing the consumption of energy. Although far less from people in developing countries, especially USA, the per capita energy consumption of China, India and other developing nations continues to increase as the people living in these countries adopt more energy intensive lifestyles. At present a small part of the world's population consumes a large part of its resources, with the United States and its population of 300 million people consuming far more oil than China with its population of 1.3 billion people. William Catton has emphasised the link between population size and energy supply, concluding that The faster t ...more
Answered by Jack Johnson, 02 Oct '08 06:04 pm

 
  
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Enegy does not loss.ofcourse it is converted from one form to another.further till that scientist will develop alternate. as we know every atom a single atom is having enormous energy concealed in it .
Answered by SUBHASH ROY, 02 Oct '08 11:24 am

 
  
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Some thing new would have been invented to replace them.
Answered by Damodar Biswal, 02 Oct '08 10:36 am

 
  
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