This is my last energy newsletter of the year. Thank you again for your efforts in promoting science-based energy and environmental policies. I wish you and your family a happy and healthy New Year in 2013.
In a bizarre ending of the year I found out yesterday that I have been identified as one of a select few scientists that should be killed (see below) — so maybe this will be my last newsletter ever. One should need no further evidence that mainstream environmentalism has become a full-blown secular religion, when non-believers are targeted for extermination…
More reports about greed energy economics.
As of this writing, the US wind energy PTC (Production Tax Credit) matter remains unresolved. Something could happen any moment, and right now no one knows what will transpire regarding the PTC. In the media war of articles and reports, there is no doubt that we won. It now remains to be seen whether our US legislators will have the courage and conviction to do the right thing. Here are more good recent articles against the PTC:
The Cost of Wind Energy (a short good video)
A new Study shows the foolishness of Pennsylvania’s RPS.
A new website about turbine related property loss.
14 groups send letter to Congress against a carbon tax.
More reports about turbine health matters.
A fine radio interview regarding wind turbines and human health.
Wind Victims Ontario is a new website.
More reports about turbine wildlife matters.
Miscellaneous energy reports.
A fascinating story about the somewhat typical renewable scams that are going on (think RECs, RGGI, etc).
A worthwhile talk about nuclear power.
A good piece about nuclear SMRs.
An excellent piece about the Fukushima accident.
A NYS town wins a state supreme court victory against wind energy proponents.
Sign a quick petition to help our Scottish friends.
Some recent global warming articles of interest
Professor publicly advocates killing vocal global warming skeptics. [I take this a bit personally, since I am one of those identified to be terminated (see desmogblog list).] There are many reports about this fanatic, and here is a good one at Australia’s JoNova site.
Good summary of the Doha meeting.
Canada Withdraws from Kyoto — congratulations!
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)