In just a few short years after it was built, a solar-powered village in India went under. FROM SOLAR GRID TO CATTLE SHED: How Greenpeace’s Dream Of A Solar-Powered Village Fell Apart In Just A Few Years By Thomas Catenacci, Daily Caller, May 15, 2022 Eco-activist group Greenpeace brought solar power to Dharnai, India, in… Read More Reality Tore Greenpeace’s Solar-Powered Utopia Apart
John Stossel shows the attempt to switch to renewable energy is why there are energy shortages and high gas prices.
The environmental movement has been hijacked and destroyed by climate scamsters.
This is good news and one of a number of incidents that have occurred worldwide where the entire green energy/renewable regime started to crumble soon after the U.N.’s COP 26 conference. It can’t happen a moment too soon. Fifteen States Respond to ‘Woke Capitalism,’ Threaten to Cut Off Banks That Refuse to Service Coal, Oil… Read More Fifteen States Hit Back Against “Woke” Banks Who Dump Fossil Fuel Financing
Extinction Rebellion’s ideas are so infantile that they ignore the most basic scientific information.
Tucker Carlson discusses his latest special program airing exclusively on Fox Nation.
In February 2021, the temperature in Texas dropped below zero. Not a big deal, right? Texas is the energy state. Just go home, turn on the heat, and hunker down. That’s how it should have gone. But it didn’t. What happened, and why?
Germany’s supreme auditors issued a scathing rebuke of Germany’s Green energy scheme and even warned about its spiraling costs a few years ago. Now the auditors bluntly state Green energy poses “an existential threat” to Germany. From No Tricks Zone: “Daniel Wetzel at German national daily Die Welt reports on the latest German Federal Court… Read More German Supreme Auditors: Green energy “an existential threat to German economy”
Dr. John Robson comments on key items from the past week including the idea of using best practices to check tendentious climate research (like NASA’s temperature adjustments), the Missing Ice Problem, the Michael Mann problem and what scientists really say about Net Zero.
Last week’s storm in Texas didn’t just affect the state, it also had an impact on the state’s neighbor to the south. Over five million Mexican citizens were without power last week due to natural gas shortages that interrupted Mexico’s providing electricity. From NBCDFW: “Mexico’s government-owned utility, the Federal Electricity Commission, said its operations were… Read More Mexico Backs Off From Renewables, Expands Coal Use