ENERGY: A Human History
Looks back on five centuries of the progress of energy, seen through the eyes of such influential figures as Queen Elizabeth I, James Watt, Benjamin Franklin, petroleum pioneer Edwin Drake, Henry Ford, and more. Rhodes also confronts the challenge of global warming, finding a dangerous gap between renewables' limited market penetration and the urgency of the threat. Illus.
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