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Who Turned Out the Lights?: Your Guided Tour to the Energy Crisis

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 23, 2014

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    *nods and follows her back to camp*

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    Posted May 23, 2014

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    "Thanks for helping." She drags the fawn back to camp

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 22, 2014

    Stardust Flower

    She creeps up behind a rabbit. Waiting for the right moment she pounces dealing a hard bite to the back of its neck.

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  • Posted November 9, 2009

    Who Turned Out the Lights?

    Who Turned Out the Lights? is an invaluable resource for the person who is trying to decipher all the political jargon out there right now. This book goes beyond partisan explanations of the energy crisis and shows all sides of the argument in language your average person can understand.

    This book begins with how we got to where we are today and goes on to discuss the challenges we are facing as a country. Who Turned Out the Lights? talks about all forms of energy from coal to oil to electricity to solar to wind to geothermal. It explains how each type of energy is made and the pros and cons of using it or other sources.

    The authors discuss a wide variety of topics including global warming, energy efficient homes, hybrid cars, nuclear power accidents, our aging electric grid and President Obama's promises regarding the energy crisis.

    If you're looking for an easy to understand book that will introduce you to the energy crisis and offer non-biased explanations and suggestions, I'd highly recommend you read this book.

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    Posted January 27, 2010

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