Solar pipedreamers and schemers are learning that when it rains, it pours. First it was physics and economics; then Solyndra and now it’s a rainy weekend in Washington DC for the Department of Energy’s Solar Decathalon. The Weekly Standard has the story. Don’t hurt yourself laughing.
The TRAIN Act to require cost-benefit analysis of EPA regs passed the House 249-169. Without a big push on Democrat Senators, however, it’s likely to die in the Senate. Rather than shut the government down over disaster aid and clean energy funding, Republicans should shut it down over the malignant Obama EPA.
That’s the claim that’s shaking the scientific world today. Here’s our take. Continue reading Neutrinos outrace light?
“The answer to this problem in 1946 was effective, inexpensive, easy to use chemistry that was available to everyone. If that isn’t the answer to our current problem there will be no answer” writes pest management professional Rich Kozlovich.