The Politics of Energy, Part 2

During WWII, America was the Arsenal of Democracy

…The Politics of Energy, Part 2… Part 1 made it clear the United States has the energy resources needed to counter its enemies and support its allies. America’s abundant resources are also among the least costly in the world. “The Continue reading The Politics of Energy, Part 2

The Politics of Energy, Part 1

…The Politics of Energy, Part 1… The United States is blessed with abundant energy resources and can be energy independent if it chooses.  How should the United States use its energy resources in the face of very real threats to Continue reading The Politics of Energy, Part 1

China’s Coal-fired Power Plants Dominate

…China’s Coal-fired Power Plants Dominate… The current US administration and its allies are hell-bent on eliminating America’s CO2 emissions, no matter the consequences, because of a perceived climate threat. A few examples include: Coal-fired power plants are being closed and Continue reading China’s Coal-fired Power Plants Dominate

Europe’s Rendezvous with Destiny

…Europe’s Rendezvous with Destiny… Europe’s obsession with eliminating fossil fuels has led it to the brink of disaster. By relying on Russian energy to avoid developing its own, Europe has placed itself at Russia’s mercy. This strategic dependency is now Continue reading Europe’s Rendezvous with Destiny

IPCC Summary Report, Part 2

…IPCC Summary Report, Part 2… It’s clear from Part 1 that: The SMP is prepared by politicians and can reflect their views rather than those of the scientists, and The politicians can override the scientists to make the Assessment Report Continue reading IPCC Summary Report, Part 2

IPCC Summary Report, Part 1

…IPCC Summary Report, Part 1… The IPCC issues its Summary Report for Policy Makers (SPM) after it issues its Assessment Reports.  The Assessment reports are prepared by Scientists, while the Summary for Policy Makers is prepared by politicians. Purportedly, the Continue reading IPCC Summary Report, Part 1