except that consumption is not constant but constantly increasing and particularly with this all-electric madness. A few clever people have understood this and we see KM of stolen copper cables and tomorrow it will be worth more than platinum.Humanity currently consumes 16 million tons per year, especially for electrical wires. This leaves, at constant production, about thirty years before running out of copper.
moreover, it is currently necessary to take into account global warming, the lack of water which nuclear power stations cannot do without. and finally on the ecological level the extraction of metals is a real disaster which is not taken into account in the cost price and intoxicated human lives in distant countries. that our societies don't give a damn about