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English: Original JPG by Frank van Mierlo

Graphic is original and mine, it was however heavily inspired by the work of others; notably NASA, which has published an overview with similar data in a different presentation (e.g. see ). Energy at the crossroads by Vaclav Smil, MIT Press 2003 has a graphic on page 241 that is identical to the NASA graphic but he does not credit them so it is unclear who copied whom. Anyway this picture is mine and I am happy to submit is to the public domain. Please do credit me if you use it.

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