…Rein In Electric Vehicles… Transitioning to battery-powered vehicles (BEVs) undermines the strategic and economic advantages of the United States. Governments, at both the federal and state levels, are attempting to mandate that only BEVs may be sold after 2035. California Continue reading Rein In Electric Vehicles
…Effect of Higher Battery Costs… For the past several years the forecast for the cost of Li-ion batteries has been to come down to around $80/kWh, at which point battery-powered vehicles would be competitive with ICE vehicles. However, it now appears Continue reading Effect of Higher Battery Costs
…Is America at a Crossroads?… Will America have to choose between environmental issues, such as endangered species and air pollution, or mining for critical minerals? While the media has focused on minerals for batteries and clean energy, there are other Continue reading Is America at a Crossroads?
…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
…US Military: A Recipe for Disaster… Leaders must define the mission, stick to it, and avoid any deviation from it. CEOs have the luxury of being able to go WOKE, because, for the most part, in the short term, it Continue reading US Military: A Recipe for Disaster
China has committed to being carbon neutral by 2060. Can the world rely on this commitment? With China continuing to build coal-fired power plants at an astonishing rate, China must have a different view of climate change than does the Anglosphere. Lindzen points out that China’s rulers are technically educated while those in the Anglosphere are largely not. He suggests that China considers threats from CO2, if any, as being manageable. Continue reading China’s Role in Climate Change