Isn’t it a little strange that a century ago electrification and its fossil fuel source was revered and now so many despise the source but think they can just keep the electricity?
Last year more than 10 ethanol plants cut production rates or closed down. Many more are yet to follow. Time is long overdue to end the ethanol industry as we have known it for more than three decades.
What do the atomic lessons of the past teach us today?
I hope this short tutorial on the big climate change picture will make you more skeptical.
My attempt here is to better ground the reader in a more fundamental understanding of how science should help you rather than more commonly confuse you.
The U.S. may be withdrawing from the UN's Paris Accord, but international bureaucrats still want to dictate what fuel our airlines use.
The media and alarmist groups tell one story while the data tell quite another. Rather than an increase in the frequency and intensity of forest fires, thanks to more carbon dioxide in the air, there has been as decrease.
Corals have lived throughout the oceans of our planet for many thousand years. Over those many years they have experienced both much warmer and much colder periods of geologic time.
Electric vehicle makers are pushing to extend their vehicles range but can't get around the problem of weight.
There is little chance of large changes in pH.
In the 14 years since Gore launched his massively flawed book and movie, he has escaped the scrutiny that should have exposed the errors upon errors that he foisted upon us.
Medical applications are confined to research labs, but as scientists remove potential problems and the debate over the ethics of human engineering is settled we are bound to see human applications.
Golden Rice presents blindness, but Greenpeace has fought it for 20 years.
The Luke-warmers are inhibiting our ability to set the world straight.
Every successful killing of a locust swarm, which is how they attack, saves gigantic quantities of food for a nation like Kenya.