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Reevely: New OPP investigation rattles Liberals, sparks NDP call for public inquiry

The Liberals’ handling of energy contracts has been been such a disaster that Ontario needs a public inquiry to sort the mess out, New Democratic Party leader Andrea Horwath charged at Queen’s Park on Wednesday. 619 more words

Local News

EXCLUSIVE: OPP probes wind-farm records

The Ontario Provincial Police has launched another investigation into allegations that provincial government officials illegally destroyed documents concerning an aborted contract to supply electricity to the provincial grid. 970 more words

Local News

LENR / LANR in 1956?, Ponderomotive?

This is one of those “two impossible things at once” that seem to support each other moments.

On the one hand, I just learned there is something called a “Ponderomotive” force. 1,974 more words

Science Bits

New data shows Shropshire has a middling record on renewable energy but is top for biodigestion

A year or so before I moved to Shropshire, I drove from Oxfordshire to visit the biodigester on Coder Road. The plant was a work of wonder, new technology that turned food and farm waste into compost, generating gas and electricity in the process. 606 more words

Energy

Nuclear Fallout

It’s been 30 years since the Chernobyl accident, and on cue, the media resurrects the disaster to revive fear of radiation.

Nuclear power in the United State is dying a slow death because the general public has been fed a steady dose of fear about nuclear energy being unsafe, and the terrible consequences of radiation. 816 more words

Energy

SNL's version of a Mercedes EV

I’ve been hearing about this for about a week, I guess. Everyone in the EV and alt-power car segment of the enviro world has been chuckling and discussing the video. 38 more words

Geek

Bill Maher on new rules for old fools

… and, finally, new rule:

Before Americans can laugh at how pathetic Cubans are for driving those old patched-up cars instead of getting new ones, we have to explain why that’s what we’re doing with our healthcare system, our voting system, our energy policy and our infrastructure.

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