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E L E C T R I C I T Y

by Chase Whitney The fundamental ingredient of life and economy has been made so convenient, so ubiquitous (at least in the developed world) and so economical that we rarely give it a minute's thought. It's the ultimate commodity. It's enduring availability is rarely questioned outside of wonkish think tanks and it's impacts are externalized to the concern of too few. There are so many more exciting things in the world than power plants and transmission lines. Setting coal

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