Yep, and for several of those resources the peak has already been passed, which is part of what has driven the price so high that using the other resources have become economically viable.
Originally Posted by Ara Pacis
As for Van Rijn's "production is ramping up" argument, peak oil isn't peak production, it's peak consumption.
It's where the cost has become high enough that it's hurting enough to be a limiter on consumption.
Reductionist and proud of it.
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