Now its your electric ice maker in your fridge that's killing the planet, meanwhile CO2 emissions fall significantly in the USA

Jeez Louise, what a load of bollocks from Time Magazine. The article goes on to say: Advertisements

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Solar power without silicon solar cells? New magnetic effect of light into insulators discovered.

‘We’ve all been taught that this doesn’t happen’ From the University of Michigan A dramatic and surprising magnetic effect of light discovered by University of Michigan researchers could lead to solar power without traditional semiconductor-based solar cells. The researchers found a way to make an “optical battery,” said Stephen Rand, a professor in the departments…

Foilball, the American return serve

The Foilball match was started at UVA with the help of a whole bunch of NGO’s, however, as Chris Horner points out in this press release, the hypocrisy is breathtaking when it comes to similar actions against former UVA faculty member Dr. Patrick Michaels. ATI Slams ACLU’s Plea for University of Virginia to Deny FOIA…

Between Wind and Water

Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach “Between wind and water: (Nautical) In that part of a ship’s side or bottom which is frequently brought above water by the rolling of the ship, or fluctuation of the water’s surface. Hence, colloquially, (as an injury to that part of a vessel, in an engagement, is particularly dangerous) the vulnerable…

An insider's view of Caltrans, efficiency, and green edicts

A reaction comes via email from a Caltrans employee to the story: Caltrans abandons weather, embraces “climate change” as the reason for washed out roads I’ve redacted the name and other identifying information, to protect the employee identity. This inside view of Caltrans is quite revealing, and it jibes with what I have observed from the…