Larry Bell

About Larry Bell

CFACT Advisor Larry Bell heads the graduate program in space architecture at the University of Houston. He founded and directs the Sasakawa International Center for Space Architecture. He is also the author of "Climate of Corruption: Politics and Power Behind the Global Warming Hoax."

Losses outweigh gains on electric cars

A battery package for a medium size electrical vehicle costs more than $13,000 – equivalent to the material cost of an entire gas-fueled compact car – and they can require 8 hours to recharge. Then there's the subsidies.

By |2019-01-16T11:39:54-04:00January 16th, 2019|Energy|Comments Off on Losses outweigh gains on electric cars

Silicon Valley and free speech

According to PricewaterhouseCoopers, four of the world’s ten largest market cap corporations are Silicon Valley companies and two of the remaining ten largest are Chinese information tech companies. How does that power impact civil liberties?

By |2018-11-20T21:09:24-04:00November 20th, 2018|Economy|Comments Off on Silicon Valley and free speech

EPA’s proposed “Affordable Clean Energy Rule” is responsible, constructive

The draft EPA rule still seeks to curb CO2 emissions, but provides states with essential flexibility to balance this requirement with meeting their energy. As before, power plant emissions are still estimated to fall 33 percent below 2005 levels by 2030, but do so without imposing the high CPP costs.

By |2018-09-24T17:40:04-04:00September 26th, 2018|Energy|Comments Off on EPA’s proposed “Affordable Clean Energy Rule” is responsible, constructive

Coal cuts dangerously clip Texas power capacity

Climate nonsense once again is hurting real people -- Texans may face power shortages this summer, and it is all the fault of Obama's war on coal. CFACT policy advisor Larry Bell notes that it would have been a lot worse had the Trump Administration and the courts not sidelined the jobs-killing Clean Power Plan.

By |2018-03-19T13:32:08-04:00March 19th, 2018|CFACT Insights|Comments Off on Coal cuts dangerously clip Texas power capacity

Genius was behind Apollo’s lunar legacy

Five and one-half decades have now passed since a young President John F. Kennedy rallied a nation behind a bold challenge to send an American to the Moon and safely back before the end of that decade. We did this, and even better — putting four of our citizens on the lunar surface and returning them by 1969, plus delivered two more into lunar orbit who returned with them. Within three more years, eight others had walked on the Moon on successful round-trip voyages, along with four more orbital companions. An invitation to write an article about the Apollo legacy for [...]

By |2018-01-18T09:50:18-04:00January 18th, 2018|CFACT Insights|2 Comments