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November 2011

Google Fails at Renewables, Even with Taxpayer Guarantees

Now Weihl has left Google, saying only, “It’s time to move on and find something new.” But that is not before the company poured more than $850 million into renewable energy ventures. That included a $168 million investment in BrightSource Energy’s first large-scale solar project – the Ivanpah Solar Electric Generating System – which is under construction in California’s Mojave Desert.

The United States of EPA

The EPA heaved its weight against another industry this month, issuing a regulation to sharply increase fuel economy. Under this new rule, America’s fleet of passenger cars and light trucks will have to meet an average of 54.5 miles per gallon by 2025, a doubling of today’s average of about 27 mpg. By the EPA’s estimate the rule will cost $157 billion, meaning the real number is vastly greater.

Delingpole on Climategate 2.0

he new release of emails was timed to coincide with the second anniversary of the original climategate leak and with the upcoming United Nations climate summit in Durban, South Africa. And it has already stirred strong emotions. To Rep. Ed Markey (D., Mass.), for example, the leaker or leakers responsible are attempting to “sabotage the international climate talks” and should be identified and brought “to justice.”

Global warming much less serious than thought

Climate scientists funded by the US government have announced new research in which they have established that the various doomsday global warming scenarios are in fact extremely unlikely to occur, and that the scenarios considered likeliest – and used for planning by the world’s governments – are overly pessimistic.

14000 Abandoned Wind Turbines In The USA

he US experience with wind farms has left over 14,000 wind turbines abandoned and slowly decaying, in most instances the turbines are just left as symbols of a dying Climate Religion, nowhere have the Green Environmentalists appeared to clear up their mess or even complain about the abandoned wind farms.

The Consistent Candidate: Ron Paul 2012

RON PAUL WANTS FREE MARKET SOLUTIONS FOR ENERGY The free market – not government – is the solution to America’s energy needs. Unfortunately, decades of misguided federal action have helped lead to skyrocketing fuel prices, making it even more difficult for hardworking families to make ends meet. Washington’s bureaucratic regulations, …

Why BEST Will Not Settle the Climate Debate

By Fred Singer, AmericanThinker Global warming has re-entered public consciousness in recent days, partly because of the buzz surrounding the release of warming results from the Berkeley Earth Surface Temperature (BEST) project. The reaction of the “warmistas” has been jubilant, yet hilariously wrong. Will they ever learn? They’ve latched on …

Why MPR needs to be defunded

I think there is a parallel between Copernicus and Climate Deniers, its just the opposite of what MPR is saying.
The officials of the Scientific Community, the Main Stream Press, Academia and yes even the Church are all on the global warming band wagon. It’s just a few brave scientists and a few bloggers who are willing to stand up and say the charts are going the wrong way.

North Dakota sues Minnesota over coal power restrictions

The lawsuit, filed in U.S. District Court in Minneapolis, contends the Minnesota law violates the U.S. Constitution. It imposes illegal restrictions on doing business between states, and infringes on Congress’ power to regulate carbon dioxide pollution and interstate power sales, the lawsuit contends.