Author: Will Martin
Will Martin is an energy analyst and expert on peak oil and alternative currencies. He is an MBA graduate of Cornell University, where he was a Roy H. Park Leadership Fellow and concentrated on studying sustainability in business through the school’s Center for Sustainable Global Enterprise. Prior to his MBA, Will worked in the energy industry, living in Singapore, Houston and Dubai. Will is a recipient of the 2012 “Pioneer Award” from the Association for the Study of Peak Oil and Gas (ASPO-USA). He currently works as a carbon trading commercial adviser in the San Francisco Bay Area. Will is a bitcoin enthusiast and in 2014 published the book “Anonymous Cryptocurrencies,” which became a #1 best seller in 3 Amazon categories and was the first book to be sold on a decentralized marketplace.

Tilting Three Wheeler Suspension 2.0

This is the 2.0 design of a tilting three wheeler suspension.

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Tilting Three Wheeler Suspension 1.0

This is my initial design of a tilting three wheeler suspension.

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Rooftop Solar eGallon Price Versus Gasoline

How much would it cost to drive an electric car that you charged using rooftop solar versus driving a gasoline car? In this video I do the calculation. Model: https://github.com/willmartindotcom/peakoilproof.com

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Buying Starbucks Stock Instead of Starbucks Coffee: A Lesson in Compounding

If instead of purchasing a $4 coffee from Starbucks every trading day (~250 per year) you had purchased $4 worth of starbucks stock each day starting in 1992, how much money would you have today? Steve Calk, a finance lecturer

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The Anonymity-Privacy Matrix

Anonymity and privacy are not finite states. They exist across a spectrum and are mutually exclusive from each other. On the anonymity spectrum, transactions can be completely anonymous (where no transacting party knows the true identity of the other party), pseudo-anonymous (where transacting parties

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Buy My Book! Bitcoin, Cryptocurrencies and a Peak Oil Future of Black Markets

People who have followed my blog for a while know that I’m writing a book on peak oil investing. I’m still hard at work on that book and things are moving forward. I’ve got a developmental editor helping me focus

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The World’s First Documented Sale on a Decentralized Online Marketplace (My Book!)

Today my new book “Black Market Cryptocurrencies” became the first documented product to ever be sold on a decentralized online marketplace. The buyer, who became the first documented person to ever purchase a product on a decentralized online marketplace, wanted to be identified only

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BP Statistical Review Shows Peak Oil Bumpy Plateau

June is always an exciting month because each year BP releases their “statistical review of world energy” around this time. The BP Statistical Review is one of three important public sources of global oil production data. The other two are

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Peak Oil and the Outlook for Oil Supply and Demand

This is a presentation I gave last week to the Adhesive and Sealant Council annual convention in Orlando. The presentation starts with an explanation of the current state of the debate surrounding peak oil. I then move into the outlook for

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Crimea River

The newest addition to the Martin Brother’s Geographic Pun T-Shirt collection:

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