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KunstlerCast #234: George Mobus and Biophysical Economics

Released: June 20, 2013


JHK jaws with George Mobus, systems scientist from the University of Washington, Tacoma. George is a member of the Biophysical Economics group — not you mother’s economists, shall we say. I’m pretty much on-board with their reality-based discipline, however listeners will probably notice that George is a bit more doomerish than I am usually labeled as. What i like about the Biophysical econ gang is that they pay attention to the importance of the energy side of the equation. George is smart and a real nice guy.

The new KunstlerCast theme music is called “Adam and Ali’s Waltz” from the new recording Waiting to Fly by Mike and Ali Vass.

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  1. My Favorite James Howard Kunstler podcasts | Peak Energy & Resources, Climate Change, and the Preservation of Knowledge - May 27, 2014

    […] KunstlerCast #234: George Mobus and Biophysical Economics   Released: June 20, 2013  JHK jaws with George Mobus, systems scientist from the University of Washington, Tacoma. George is a member of the Biophysical Economics group — not you mother’s economists, shall we say. I’m pretty much on-board with their reality-based discipline, however listeners will probably notice that George is a bit more doomerish than I am usually labeled as. What i like about the Biophysical econ gang is that they pay attention to the importance of the energy side of the equation. George is smart and a real nice guy. […]

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