Remember when the pivotal health objective was to "flatten the curve" — before the back to life and business goal post marker got moved to “beating the virus?
Coronavirus impacts on energy demand in combination with a cheap oil supply glut have taken a particularly devastating toll on American shale producers, many of whom may never recover.
The one thing Congress absolutely shouldn’t do, is shield states from the consequences of their own bad budgetary decisions over past decades.
The famed actor and his son James see virus lockdowns as a chance to score points.
How do we break from binary decision-making and open up what's safest?
Decisions — such as when and how the country can emerge from this economically and socially destructive shutdown — can’t wait until perfect model data is possible.
What businesses can safely reopen first and when?
Bernie and Jane Sanders' enthusiastic 10-day 1988 Russian honeymoon obviously missed views of deplorably depressing economic and social conditions I witnessed during and following that same time.
One high school sophomore named Sophie Kaplan carried a poster asking "Why should I study for a future I won’t have?"
For the cost of drilling a single shale well which may average 10 barrels of oil per hour or its equivalent in natural gas over decades, one can build two 500-foot-high, 2-megawatt (MW) wind turbines which will produce a combined output averaging the energy equivalent of 0.7 barrels of oil per hour.
Attendees at the United Nation's 25th annual climate conference (COP 25) in Madrid earlier this month concluded with little more than net-zero benefit alarmism and virtue-signaling based upon two very shaky scientific and technological foundations.
It most likely doesn’t require a rocket scientist (such as me) to piece together pseudo-religious media mantras linking climate hysteria, green new dealings, and environmental and energy justice.
Artificial Intelligence (AI)-enabled algorithms and automated machines are transforming our society, our daily lives, and potentially even our views of what it means to be "human" more rapidly and completely than we can possibly contemplate.
Consider the Medieval Warm Period, and is also referred to by another term — the Medieval Climate Optimum, and for very good reasons. It was much like it is today.
The people who trust their lives to science don't like it when warming campaigners fudge the numbers.