This is one of those rare moments in history where action must be taken by all concerned citizens. From now until June 25th is all the time that we have left to stop the EPA from pushing an energy policy that will cut almost 70 GW of electric generating capacity in the US. That is ~10% of the coal capacity in the United States. Coal is one of the cheapest methods available to generate electricity and the loss of 10% of the capacity will increase the cost of electricity for everyone. The impacts of this will ripple throughout the economy.
Posted May 29th, 2012. 3 comments
I know I should be on topic with Global Warming, but this is a subject that irritates me, so I decided to write an off topic article on how error prone the BCS system is at picking the National Championship Game for College Football. I was going to start a cause, but it seems that [...]
Posted December 5th, 2011. 8 comments
Sometimes I come across a story where I find myself taking up an unexpected cause. The battle over the use of ethanol is one, but the damage that climate researchers and biologists studying penguins is a new one to me. I was simply using this story as an example of scientific bias. The basics are [...]
Posted January 24th, 2011. 2 comments