“There is science, logic, reason; there is thought verified by experience. And then there is California.” ― Edward Abbey
The Hill has published a good article making the case that wind power is the U.S.’s largest renewable energy source and how it happened. Environmentalist and author Michael Shellenberger conducted a Ted Talk last year to reveal that renewables actually destroy the planet and outlines a viable alternative.
California’s rolling blackouts this summer were caused by decades of costly and poorly planned decisions to replace coal, nuclear, and gas-powered plants with solar and wind, according to some energy experts. Critics say the state’s dependence on solar and wind have made the power grid unreliable and overly expensive.
With all of the hype surrounding people choosing to use solar power, Institute for Energy Research Policy Analyst Paige Lambermont explains what net metering is and how it contributes to undermining the nation’s power grid, including nuclear power.
Michael Shellenberger is interviewed on The Epoch Times’ American Thought Leaders to discuss his new book Apocalypse Never.
On this week’s Power Hour, Alex Epstein interviews Michael Shellenberger, author of Apocalypse Never, which hit #5 on Amazon. His recent article, On Behalf Of Environmentalists, I Apologize For The Climate Scare, has been widely shared.
Bloomberg has an article pointing out that California residents are facing rolling blackouts and there will be no way to stop it. What is not being reported is this will be the result of Diablo Canyon nuclear power plant that is being closed. In theory, renewable energy is expected to pick up the slack. However,… Read More Rolling Blackouts in California Thanks to Nuclear Plant Closing
Greenpeace founder and scientist Patrick Moore was interviewed on Sky News Australia to discuss the environmentalist movement and how it became an arm of the Left. During his interview, Dr. Moore points out groups such as Extinction Rebellion (whom Moore says functions as a religious cult) and Greenpeace are furthering phony causes.
John Stossel looks at the latest claims of the coming climate catastrophe.
By Hank Campbell – Science 2.0 When Al Gore was Vice-President in 1994, he forced the U.S. EPA to mandate ethanol in gasoline by breaking the Senate tie in favor of environmentalists who had been pushing ethanol as ‘sustainable biofuel’ for decades. His vote forced gasoline manufacturers to include it despite science concerns it would… Read More Biofuels Are A Negative For The Climate And We Can Thank Environmentalists For That