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The Death of Cap and Trade

Why is this good news? The proposed methods will destroy business in the US and the increased pollution and emissions would simply be exported elsewhere to make up the lost production. So the end result would only be lost jobs and more global pollution and emissions. How is that a good thing?

Posted November 3rd, 2010.

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How to Destroy an economy by going Green!

Going green is all the rage these days.  The politicians always point to the “Green” jobs that will be produced as the economy changes from the evil “big oil” to the harmonious green energy.  Since we keep hearing it, lets take a look at how places that have gone green have fared economically. Spain: Spain […]

Posted October 14th, 2010.

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Ethanol: I like it in my glass,

Ethanol: I like it in my glass, but not in my gas tank. If you think ethanol is good for energy independence, the environment or even your gas tank. You are in for a surprise.

Posted October 8th, 2010.


Al Gore applauds China.

Al Gore once again is stirring up the fear while telling US business to start caring about the environment. He then tells them that China is doing it right with their investment in solar and wind power. The government there is doing it right according to Al Gore.

Posted October 6th, 2010.


The Difference between Pollution and CO2 Emissions

Are these the same things? Many people that don’t worry about global warming worry about pollution. Others believe that saving energy will reduce pollution because CO2 emissions will be lower. Unfortunately pollution and CO2 are separate and independent things. In fact, many solutions for lowering CO2 result in more pollution. Ethanol is a great example […]

Posted October 6th, 2010.


Taylor Dome: Ice Core Analysis

I was recently involved in a discussion with a website that strongly promotes global warming and playing nice with skeptics.  I have not been involved in discussion with that group before and was a little surprised by some of the discussion.  That was perhaps my fault.  The specific discussion was about defining CO2 as a […]

Posted October 4th, 2010.


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