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November 2008

Pandora’s Light Bulb

By Elmer Beauregard In 2012 the incandescent light bulb will be banned, and I for one will be lost. Here in Minnesota we need the extra heat that incandescent light bulbs release. I put 150 watt heat lamps in the chicken coop to keep the chickens warm, I have a …

Chasing Windmills

With the new administration wanting the U.S. to get off of oil by 2015 and coal by 2050, we are going to have to start making energy in other ways, one of those ways is wind generators. At first you might think what can be more environmentally friendly than a …

Rainbows & Butterflies

By Elmer Beauregard Now that Obama is our new fearless leader, everything is going to be just fine. There will be no more war, we’ll have Government Health Care, all our mortgages will be forgiven. It will all be just Rainbows and Butterflies. And now we can finally address Global …

The Scariest Chart Of All Time!

By Elmer Beauregard While surfing across the internets the other day I came across a Special Report on the New Scientist website entitled “How our economy is killing the Earth” accompanying this article was the scariest chart on Global Warming I had ever seen. This chart was a compilation of …

Could Obama appoint a “climate czar”?

Deborah Zabarenko, Reuters U.S. environmental groups see Barack Obama’s presidential victory as a chance to undo the Bush legacy on global warming, and one idea they are discussing is the possibility of a White House “climate czar”. Members of the environmental community in and around Washington say such a post …

Obama to kill coal? Swing states erupt

WorldNetDaily McCain, Palin attack Democrat over threat to ‘bankrupt’ industry Sen. John McCain’s Republican campaign is looking to capitalize on an interview in which Sen. Barack Obama proposed placing such heavy government fees on coal plants that the industry would either have to clean its emissions or go “bankrupt.” “If …