I like to think that Charles Battig, an anesthesiologist and aerospace physician might know something about gasses and humans.
Category Archives: Clean energy
They have a low threshold for absorbing the costs that are measured in billions for compliance.
Go wind and solar with the help of generous subsidies. Continue reading
I would suggest that there is a good chance that Brits suffer the worst of energy shortfalls and have bad teeth too.
Latest report–solar provides a very expensive 1% of electricity, but it sure can kill birds with the right set up.
Wouldn’t that be a shame if state sovereignty and the right to protect its energy grid might interfere with the ambitions of the EPA and the bamster?