I have a theory that we are entering the era of ‘Peak Stuff,’ which I define as a local maximum in the amount of goods which are being transferred long distances around the globe. I don’t have large data sets supporting this proposition, but there are some interesting signs to watch. Call it an informed hunch. The evidence: We’re probably going to move less oil. This graph from Bloomberg shows the decline in the cost of solar panels from $76/watt in […]
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