But he ably defends the technology. Continue reading Romney Heckled Over Fracking in Maine
“After luxury electric automaker Fisker announced 65 layoffs and a work stoppage from the refurbishment of a former General Motors plant in Delaware earlier this week, NLPC wondered whether its battery supplier and business partner A123 Systems would be harmed also.” Continue reading Chesser: Will DOE’s Fisker Doubts Take Down Its Battery Supplier Too?
By Howard Hayden
February 11, 2012, JunkScience.com
I thought I had them dead-to-rights. Continue reading Hayden: Lies, Damned Lies, and Climate Alarmism
As president of the Pennsylvania Society for Respiratory Care, Eileen Censullo ought to be able to show us someone whose health has been harmed by ambient air quality. Continue reading Challenge to Eileen Censullo: Show us a body
“Nullius in Verba: The Royal Society and Climate Change, by Andrew Montford, is important to Canada not merely because of the continued threat of climate alarmism, but because the Royal Society of Canada has twice attached its name to intensely political statements from its British counterpart.” Continue reading Foster: Political science at academies
“One has to free oneself from the illusion that international climate policy is environmental policy. This has almost nothing to do with environmental policy anymore.” Continue reading Does income inequality cause global warming?
“The Society’s tarnished reputation will not be restored – nor trust rebuilt – until this organization openly acknowledges what has transpired.” Continue reading Laframboise: The Royal Society’s Joyride
Aloha (its farewell meaning), capitalism. Continue reading Decoupling scam adopted in Hawaii
Will bureaucrats in “clean energy”-loving California and the Obama Energy Dept. derail a $1.36 billion solar project? Continue reading California Solar Deal Hits a Snag
“While our president sleeps on the Keystone XL pipeline, Canada’s prime minister is in Beijing signing a series of trade deals to ship additional petroleum to China. Halftime in America? We need a new quarterback.” Continue reading IBD: Tale of Two Pipelines
New York Times columnist and Keystone XL supporter Joe Nocera gets a beat down from Robert Redford. Continue reading Nocera: The Politics of Keystone, Take 2
“The discoveries of the Galileo of global warming—to appreciate the irony, call Svensmark’s view the heliocentric theory—is out there, the evidence for it is building, and that fact can no longer be hidden or ignored.” Continue reading Tracinski: The Galileo of Global Warming