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Fracking: Fix it or Forget It? Global Gas and Oil Prices Falling.

by Emil Morhardt

Daniel E. Klein, an energy industry consultant, writes an interesting piece about fracking problems in Natural Gas & Electricity, an industry newsletter. His approach is to look at the prognostications of the Energy Information Administration Annual Energy Outlook (AEO)—pretty much the bible of energy projections—as they have changed from 2000 to projections of where we will stand in 2040. 368 more words

Emil Morhardt

Peer-Review Scam

” In the past 2 years, journals have been forced to retract
more than 110 papers in at least 6 instances
of peer-review rigging. What all these… 43 more words

AGW Is A Cult

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When you are selling a scam at some point the marks catch on!

Battle for scientific integrity--break down the whorehouse door

It gives me great pleasure to see that Eddie Bernice Johnson at the head of the opposition to making the Scientific Establishment prove up their integrity. 1,346 more words

EPA

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Right now I would vote to close the EPA

An amazing display of arrogance

EPA’s proposed ground level ozone standards are a combination of arrogance, lack of science and wishful thinking.  1,147 more words

EPA

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Zero pollution means zero energy so maybe a little of the bad is OK!

A big (goose) step backwards

Guest opinion: Prof Richard Betts, Dr Tamsin Edwards

Dr Tim Ball’s blog post “People Starting To Ask About Motive For Massive IPCC Deception” – drawing parallels between climate scientists and Hitler – doesn’t do anyone in the climate change debate any favours: in fact it seems a big (goose) step backwards. 636 more words

Opinion

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In theory one would say the civil discourse is preferred --- but when politics enters the room its had to maintain ones cool!

The Ethanol Mandate Proves The Government Is A Poor Central Planner

By Katie Tubb and Nicolas Loris ~

The federal government’s mandate to require Americans to use expensive, inefficient biofuels is so broken and dysfunctional it can’t even decide the ideal target amount of production. 918 more words

Public Opinion

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When I took economics back in the day my instrutor told us that government was by its very nature incapable of not either creating a surplus or a shortage of what every they were trying to fix/manage. Examples are the great society created a surplus of poor and the FED created a surplus of money then the EPA has created a shortage of jobs and PC and multiculturalism created a shortage of freedom!

Growth In Arctic Sea Ice Since 2006

Green shows current ice which didn’t exist on November 25, 2006

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Most ice is caused by increased global warming!