The Lure of Free Energy Part II

Guest essay by John Popovich “Too cheap to meter” is typically attributed to Strauss, but “The Concise Untold History of The United States” includes the following on Pg. 155 (In December 1953, Eisenhower had unveiled his “Atoms for Peace” program in a speech at the UN, mesmerizing the thirty-five hundred delegates. He Promised “energy too…

The Lure of Free Energy

Guest essay by John Popovich In the 1950s we were assured by the best scientific minds and the U.S. President that nuclear electricity would be of such low cost that it would not make sense to meter it. The Nuclear Non Proliferation Treaty granted every country the right to enrich and the nuclear haves promised…

Are Claimed Global Record-Temperatures Valid?

Guest essay by Clyde Spencer Introduction The point of this article is that one should not ascribe more accuracy and precision to available global temperature data than is warranted, after examination of the limitations of the data set(s). One regularly sees news stories claiming that the recent year/month was the (first, or second, etc.) warmest…