Why do we ignore basics.
Category Archives: Environmentalism
I keep running into blockheads who don’t see what’s coming down the track.
The IPCC has issued a new climate tipping point in 15 years if we don’t act immediately. Continue reading
The Virginia Supreme Court ruled that Mann’s emails are exempt from FOIA because they are “research.”
Over half way through Earth Month. If it weren’t for Good Housekeeping, I’d have missed it entirely. Continue reading
More on the proposed changes in the Clean Water Act from my friend and our ally Gary Baise.
From the Great Lakes to every puddle is what the EPA wants to regulate.
That’s what I am told when failures of grand plans fail.
Forbes has four ways the military can use clean energy for national security. Force readiness and capability doesn’t seem to be included. Continue reading
The XL pipeline gets too much response.
Alinsky said rub a sore.
The Minority Staffers on the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee issued a report on the Beal/Brenner/EPA Scandal.
More on the savagery that characterizes UCLA reactions to scientific dissent.
I couldn’t resist this one when it popped up.
Of course we always hope for the best–but scientists are now becoming prostitutes and their societies are housed in bordellos frequented by government agents with big bank accounts.
Environmental Science is critical to space travel according to this environmentalist.
In 2008 I studied and reported on the scandalous junk research done by the National Park Service in an effort to shut down a 80-year-old family owned oyster farm in California.