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The Dark Side Of Green Technology

February 19, 2019 by

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By Ron Stein ~ When you consider the push for electrical vehicles (EVs) to replace gas and diesel combustion transports on our roadways, the carbon footprint valuation appears quite attractive. The batteries that power those EV’s are however dependent on exotic minerals to function which exposes the dark side of green technology. The mere extraction […]

100% Renewable Deception

November 26, 2018 by

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By David Wojick, Ph.D. ~ Press coverage of the crusade for 100% renewable electricity invariably talks about wind and solar energy. As I have pointed out, the wind and solar fantasy requires a stupendous amount of battery storage, which is never mentioned. This is because the 100% feasibility studies are deceptive. Wind and solar come […]

Batteries Not Included In Renewable Fantasy Plans

November 18, 2018 by

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By David Wojick, Ph.D. ~ The political fantasy of 100% renewable electricity is sweeping the nation. Governors and mayors, towns and cities, and whole States are vying for who can get there first. California’s 2045 target date was recently topped by Colorado’s incoming Governor’s announced target of 2040, just 21 short years from now. This […]

Facts And Science Missing From White House Environmental Policy

November 2, 2010 by

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By Conn Carroll President Barack Obama famously believes that all of his policies are supported by “facts and science,” while opposition to his policies comes only from “fear and frustration.” As The Washington Post documented twice last weekend, that is just plain false. First Charles Lane reports: The Obama Energy Department has suggested that, with […]

Why Hybrid Cars (Part 2)

June 23, 2010 by

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To understand why auto manufacturers would select hybrid electrical technology over a straight out electric car, you need to understand a little about electrical technology. What I hope to do here is to distill it down to a simplified version that I hope can be understood, because to explain it fully would be too technical […]