Australians are resigned to the reality.

Climate models and modelers are not doing well.
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E15? No E30

The founder of the American  Coalition for Ethanol is angry and feels cheated by the EPA because they stopped at E10 and should go to E30.  He pretty much guarantees it won’t harm engines.  Continue reading

This is a no brainer–choose, fanatic enviro ideas or progress for the 3rd world

Sometimes I want to ring these clown’s necks. Don’t they care at all about the poor and striving humans on the dark side of the planet?

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Marita on the question, what is more important

I think most of you will agree that we seem to have our priorities mixed up. Marita explains.

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Slimed by Naomi Oreskes – In Defense of Dr. Fred Singer

Originally posted on Watts Up With That?:

naomi_oreskes_slimer1Guest opinion by Ron Arnold

The Oreskes documentary calling Dr. Fred Singer a “Liar for Hire” is a repeat of a nearly identical attack on him twenty years ago. An honorable newsman at that time debunked the attack and my research subsequently uncovered a genuine conspiracy of Big Green money and malice. While we consider legal action against the present vicious attack on Dr. Singer, I submit this short section from my book EcoTerror: The Violent Agenda to Save Nature for your information along with the advice of DeepThroat: Follow The Money.

The excerpt is found in Chapter 5, “Radicals” in the middle of page 183 forward for about 3 pages.

-Ron Arnold


On February 24, 1994, ABC News Nightline with Ted Koppel ran a report titled, “Environmental Science For Sale,” produced by Jay Weiss. It was an investigation of the wise use movement, probing my activities and those of…

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Just discovering that wind and solar are variable?

The problem with wind and solar is they cannot be dependable loads and now base load units have to back them up.  The Motley Fool just discovered that there could be brownouts.  Continue reading

Meals on wheels projects for the Army get riskier

No boots on the ground to fight jihadis, but combat arms units of the highest level of achievement in battle sent to build hospitals and support the battle against a deadly viral agent, Ebola? Wonder if the recruiters told them they were going to see duty in infectious disease wars providing social services.

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