>Under my projections, we will see increasing oil and gas prices, a series of
>economic crisis and perhaps a substantial reduction in leisure activities
>such as visiting remote historical monuments.
How did people manage to visit these monuments before the invention of steam
power and the internal combustion engine? Was Stonehenge, say, built solely
for local people who would arrive on foot?
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