Good luck with that. Steam newest weapon in bed bug battle, WIVB.com
The story of environmentalism is generally portrayed as one of citizens triumphing over evil corporate polluters, of public awareness, science, and affluence working together to solve pressing problems. Continue reading Fulks: Environmental Issues: What’s Real?
That’s what Cornell scientists claim, but two times a non-detectable effect is still a non-detectable effect. Baltimore Sun
Testifying before the Senate this week, Energy Secretary Steven Chu obliquely blamed the nuclear industry for its lack of progress. Continue reading Chu blames nuke industry for slow growth?
… no, JunkScience.com is not trying to compete with Match.com. We’re just trying to keep naive media types from falling for old junk scientists. Continue reading Hey Kent German… meet Devra Davis
by Steve Milloy
Charleston Daily Mail, February 24, 2011
Candidate Joe Manchin famously took “dead aim” at the cap-and-trade bill last year with a high-powered rifle. But now, Sen. Manchin is infamously going after the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s backdoor cap-and-trade with a popgun. Continue reading Democrats use popguns on the EPA
“… Gasland is, by turns, eloquent, congenial and emotional. But then so is Sesame Street…” Gasland’s Fracking Nonsense, Energy Tribune
“This white paper will serve to provide factual information concerning the Marcellus Shale.” Marcellus Shale Facts, Energy Tribune
Politically correct green power projects could kill multi-billion dollar mining development. Northern Ontario’s gain may come at Southern Ontario’s pain.