I was watching some show on History and some expert was talking about the end of oil. As you are well aware the united states uses around 8 billion gallons of oil every day. Most of it from the middle east. The end of oil may be coming in the nest few decades. Even closer the end of cheap oil and a peak of the oil. A clear liquid is extracted from crude oil and that is converted into plastic. All disposable diapers are made largely of plastic. Many of us grew up using disposable diapers and that may be coming to an end. Not just diapers but everything plastic could see a sudden drop in production. Will diapers be one of the products that is needed from oil or are medical supplies more important? Are we as a world going to have to go back to using cloth diapers. But then what about the plastic covers? There are other alternatives to plastic pants but there are few alternatives to the plastic in disposables. Now that I've thought about it the whole civilizational change from plastic to disposable might make western mothers pay more attention to their children. Any thoughts comments or concerns?