Cold Homes and Dark Factories

January 1977
National Review;1/7/1977, Vol. 29 Issue 1, p20
The author criticizes James Nathan Miller's contention in November 1976 issue of the "Reader's Digest" that the U.S. federal government's report on the scarcity of natural gas is a lie. Miller uses a 1967 data from the American Gas Industry to prove that reserve estimates are 63 percent higher than the industry estimate. It is observed that Miller is comparing 1967 data with 1974 U.S. Geological Survey estimates.


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