Public awareness is growing of the apparent tendency of electric vehicles to spontaneously combust, and burn with a blazing hot, difficult to extinguish fire.
In the end, the greenergy fad is not saving the environment, cannot hope to provide enough electricity to cover current demand let alone the explosive growth planned, and is very…
When it comes to climate change, a tantrum is just what we need
Quote of the Week: The important thing is to never stop questioning.” ‒ Albert Einstein
Supposedly “clean, green, renewable” energy is simply not yet able to meet America’s and the world’s growing electricity needs.
I will be there at the door! You will not keep me out!’
How can it be that the activist without a degree knows more about economics than the economics professor?
This tendency to link climate change to every single weather event after is passes has in all honesty become tiresome.
There’s nothing like a good energy crisis to bring a dose of reality to climate change and renewable energy fantasies.
Meanwhile, has anyone seen a spotted owl lately?
I doubt many art critics will take note.
Trevor Milton, founder of Nikola, who claimed to have developed prototype hydrogen and electric vehicles, has been convicted of deceiving investors.
Like fish in a barrel.
As Australia’s climate and energy minister savages the idea of gas exploration, Australia’s Prime Minister is urging gas companies to keep prices under control.
As Michigan heads into winter, Governor Gretchen Whitmer has been accused of endangering Michigan residents with a shutdown of a major propane supply pipeline.
Politico just released their inaugural Green 28 list. This list is constructed to rank the 28 individuals with the most influence on the European Union’s sustainability, environmental, mobility, climate and…
When the German Greens need an energy crisis bailout, suddenly warming is welcome.
Can one apply the Law of Large Numbers validly to data that are invented by people and that are not observations?
Civilization depends on cheap energy, and we are right to expect that our political leaders put the provision of it above electoral politics.