…Europe’s Fossil Fuel Shortage… Europe, with all its efforts to cut the use of fossil fuels, may be about to learn why fossil fuels are important. This is especially true for Germany, which has been the epicenter of Green, Climate Continue reading Europe’s Fossil Fuel Shortage
…Prosperity is Linked to Energy… The accompanying graph shows how gross domestic product (GDP), an accepted measurement of economic prosperity, is tied to the use of energy. The greater the use of energy, the greater the GDP. As shown in Continue reading Prosperity is Linked to Energy
…Fossil Fuels: Villain or Hero?… The media and supporters of Anthropogenic Global Warming (AGW) and climate change have gone on record saying we must eliminate the use of fossil fuels. They yell: “Keep it in the Ground.” Promoters of AGW Continue reading Fossil Fuels: Villain or Hero?
Renewables are the rage, but they can’t exist without fossil fuels. In fact, not much of anything that exists as part of our modern lives can exist without fossil fuels. In short, renewables are worse than a myth, they are Continue reading Fossil Fuels are Essential For Modern Living
The administration’s promotion of its Clean Power Plan (CPP) relies heavily, in addition to an over emphasis on disasters supposedly attributable to CO2 emissions, on the possible health benefits of the plan. This is to be expected since the CPP Continue reading Remarkable Air Quality Improvements
Two facts are incontrovertible: Wind turbines don’t generate electricity when the wind isn’t blowing Solar power plants don’t generate electricity when the sun isn’t shining Storage can mitigate this to some extent, but it can double the initial investment in Continue reading No One Can Force the Sun to Shine or Wind to Blow