Due to political pressure, the once extraordinary NC Sea Level Rise bill (HB-819) has been diluted since being passed by the NC Senate. may be I have not gotten a specific date for it to be voted in the NC House, but it should be shortly. See this for some background.
Some recent energy articles of interest —
An excellent piece about one of our main themes: Critical Thinking.
More reports about greed energy economics:
A wonderful pillorying of a pro-renewable British leader about his energy policies.
It turns out that according to the US administration, “green jobs” include: college professors teaching any environmental classes, clerks at bicycle repair shops, antique dealer employees, Salvation Army workers, stores selling rare books and manuscripts, consignment shop workers, used record shop employees, garbage disposal workers, and even oil lobbyists.
Wind and solar jobs cost: $9.8 million per job
Special sale on house near turbines.
More reports about turbine health matters:
Miscellaneous energy reports:
An article about capacity factor loss, electricity used by turbines, etc.
A good video of a lawyer advising citizens who are fighting wind developers.
Lovelock has a new interview where he talks about wind energy, gas, nuclear power, global warming, environmental religion and the science being settled.
Lawsuit is filed against town’s sign ordinance (prohibiting anti-wind signs).
My article about wimp power.
Australian video about wind turbines.
Putting the Fukushima radiation issue into perspective.
A wonderful letter to the English Bishop who just backed off a wind project.
Some recent global warming articles of interest —
Science Held Hostage in Climate Debate is a MUST READ.
A wonderful post by a physicist clearly stating that the AGW science is not settled.
Superior commentary on Global Warming fanaticism.
Some insider comments about AGW computer models.
How does the funding of “Progressive” groups compare to Conservative groups?
The bad news about the Appeals Court victory for the EPA.
Reports From The Earth Conference in Rio:
A wonderfully insightful Rio commentary.
In response to Rio: Common Sense Wisdom.
Article about Rio plan: population control.
Failure of Rio a cause to be celebrated.
Some other recent articles of general interest —
Article about us having become a nation of juvenile thinkers.
Scientists should share more data.
A short video about how big our government has become.
Please pass this information on to other open-minded, science-oriented people.
Thank you for your support.
John Droz, Jr.
Physicist and Environmental Advocate
Fellow: American Tradition Institute (http://www.atinstitute.org)