- For many years I have been concerned with the fast
depletion of fossil oil reserves, not just in the USA but around the
- Four years after my Engineering graduation I wrote an
this subject. The article was submitted to several major magazines and
newspapers. It was also sent to the White
- At the time
my findings were innovative, and contradicted the generalized idea that fossil reserves were
plentiful. It was an era when we suffered a terrible oil crisis (1978). Jimmy Carter was President, and the
"crazy" Ayatollah of Iran was looked at as the only culprit for all that
- Saudi Arabians were also being portrayed as "greedy" in about every
American newspaper. The US Congress and the White House agreeing in
unison with the press.
- When I say "every newspaper" I am
referring to the opinion expressed by -virtually- the whole media, and that
A couple of weeks after having received
my article, Business Week
"Special Issue On Energy"
(July 30, 1979). On it, they were
expressing "novel ideas" 180 degrees apart from their previous position on the
energy issue, as they had stated the previous
month (June 18, 1979).
They denied having infringed
my freelance copyrights.
The article that I wrote is published -in its entirety- on this website.
A firm of lawyers took the case on its merits (CONDON and FORSYTH, Ave. of the
Americas, NYC, NY). On several appendices is shown the correspondence had with
Business Week Magazine.
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