Maggie’s Interview will be on April 1st. This Sunday, we will be in the studio with a Special Guest: Jen McCreight.
Maggie Koerth-Baker is the author of the new book, “Before the Lights Go Out: Conquering the Energy Crisis Before It Conquers Us”. Maggie is the science editor and a regular writer at Boing Boing, and hails from the Twin Cities. She was once described as “A lighthouse of reason in a churling ocean of stupidity,” which is exactly why we all need to read her book and listen to her interview Sunday, April 1st on Minnesota Atheists Talk Radio.
From the publisher’s review of “Before the Lights Go Out”:
“Hi, I’m the United States and I’m an oil-oholic.”
We have an energy problem. And everybody knows it, even if we can’t all agree on what, specifically, the problem is. Rising costs, changing climate, peaking oil, foreign oil, public safety—if the fears are this complicated, then the solutions are bound to be even more confusing. Maggie Koerth-Baker… makes sense out of the madness. Over the next 20 years, we’ll be forced to cut 20 quadrillion BTU worth of fossil fuels from our energy budget, by wasting less and investing in alternatives.
To make it work, we’ll need to radically change the energy systems that have shaped our lives for 100 years. And the result will be neither business-as-usual, nor a hippie utopia. Koerth-Baker explains what we can do, what we can’t do, and why “The Solution” is really a lot of solutions working together…
Please call in or email with questions, listen to the interview live, or pick up the podcast which is usually available later in the day.
The interview is April 1, Sunday, no fooling, 9:00AM Central. We don’t know yet if we’ll be gathering for a post show brunch at Q-Cumbers, but you can watch this space, or listen to the show live, to find out.
Listen to AM 950 KTNF on Sunday, April 1st, at 9 a.m. Central to hear Atheists Talk, produced by Minnesota Atheists. Stream live online. Call in to the studio: 952-946-6205, or send an e-mail to email@example.com during the live show.