How To Harm Americans

Millions of Americans must drive their cars to work every day. Millions must also drive their cars to the store, to the dry cleaners and to church. The low price of oil and the concurrent low price of gasoline has Continue reading How To Harm Americans

The Myth of More Severe Storms

Radical environmentalists continue to claim that CO2 emissions cause climate change and that global warming, aka, climate change, will bring more severe storms. Every year, the facts prove them wrong. 2015 is the second year in a row that no Continue reading The Myth of More Severe Storms

Obama’s Escalating War on Fossil Fuels

The administration’s war on coal has been well documented. To a certain extent, it was thwarted by the remarkable advances in fracking and the extraordinary increase in natural gas production. The shift from coal-fired power generation to natural gas has Continue reading Obama’s Escalating War on Fossil Fuels

Sun Power, Part 1

How does the enormous power of the sun affect the earth? Obviously, life on earth depends on the sun, but does the sun affect the earth in unique, perhaps not well understood, ways. Light from the sun, i.e., photons, being Continue reading Sun Power, Part 1

IPCC CO2 Reductions

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) recently issued its 5th assessment on climate change, essentially reaffirming that disaster awaits the world if CO2 emissions aren’t cut worldwide to 50% below 1990 levels by 2050. The various sections of the Continue reading IPCC CO2 Reductions

Crucial Warming Question

What is the role of the Sun in global warming and climate change? At present it’s not possible to answer that question in its entirety, but it does play a role. Understanding the Sun’s role may be the most important Continue reading Crucial Warming Question