While serving as a visiting professor of economics at New York University, economist Ludwig Von Mises delivered a lecture one time, where someone had mentioned a loophole. Having not ever heard of the concept in English (he was from Austria), Mises asked what a loophole meant. Upon being told, he then acknowledged comprehending the idea … Continue reading Environmentalists Decry “Loopholes” in Proposed New Mexico Emissions Rule
Minnesota has just shut down a dairy farm because they are concerned about greenhouse gas emissions. In this video, Tony Heller discusses the end game of shutting down the food and energy supply to 350 million people.
By Hank Campbell | June 10th 2019 Science 2.0 Industrial processes in the United States produce 8 gigagrams of methane emissions per year, according to experts. But Environmental Defense Fund, using a sensor on a Google street view car, is claiming otherwise in a recent article they paid to publish in a small Berkeley-based journal … Continue reading Environmental Defense Fund Tortures Bayes To Claim EPA Scientists Are Wrong About Methane
In this video, Tony Heller takes on Potholer's unsupportable claims about methane, and Heller explains why the United Nations is trying to demonize this harmless trace gas. Here are his references.
You can't make this stuff up. California is the first state to regulate cow farts to fight climate change. The Golden State passed legislation four months ago that will regulate greenhouse gas emissions from farms and landfills, including cow flatulence, which is alleged to be a major source of methane and stronger greenhouse gas than … Continue reading California to Regulate Cow Farts to Fight Climate Change
A study published Friday in the journal Environmental Monitoring and Assessment authored by Geologists with the University of Cincinnati reveals no evidence of natural gas contamination in Ohio drinking water from counties where recent oil and gas drilling took place due to their proximity to the Utica Shale formation. According to Science Codex, the scientists … Continue reading Study: No Evidence Of Natural Gas Fracking Pollution in OH Drinking Water
Shortly before the end of its legislative session Wednesday, California's legislature passed a new law on the latest threat to Earth's climate: cow farts. According to KCBS, the new rules (which are expected to be signed into law) were passed in an effort to reduce cow methane emissions from the animal's manure 40 percent below … Continue reading California makes big stink over cow farts
Halloween candy and Black Friday weren't enough. Now livestock production affects climate change. Another feather in the cap of environmentalists who seek to curb human activity if not human life itself comes in the form of a study released by British-based think-tank Chatham House. The group's research reveals that producing meat emits more greenhouse gasses … Continue reading Meat production has worse impact on environment than all transportation