By Dave Hodges:
In the summer of 2007, I was returning to Arizona from Colorado. We arrived at about midnight, very tired and very low on gas. And to our dismay, we could not find an open gas station. Even the 24 hour gas stations were out of gas, except for the 4th station we visited on that night. After filling up, we returned finally arrived at our home, breathed a collective sigh of relief and promptly went to bed.
The next morning we were discussing how the price of gas was on its way to doubling after just a week of increases. I inaccurately predicted that the escalation of gas prices was going to continue and a global war was on the horizon. I stated that the price of gas would cause an inflationary spiral in food costs. Water, that had to be shipped, would become cost prohibitive. Water wars would develop as the number one resource to fight over. Oil would become the number two resource to fight over because the increased travel expense, would make oil cost prohibitive for most entities. The just-in-time deliveries would stop. There would be massive food shortages as well. People could afford to drive to work. The economy would enter into a tail spin.
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