Leasing solar panels and acquiring an electric vehicle helped clear a mental block that had kept me from writing much about industrial climate disruption for about two years.
America gets divorced: what about custody of the energy and the nukes?
Part three in a series. First look at this map: Now this one, which indicates the location of US military installations:
Will fracking save the world?
It depends on what you mean by “save.” Recently The Financial Times ran a story (“Shale gas boosts US manufacturing“) discussing the fact that a number of companies, both American and non-American, […]
Industry vs. scientists – who profits from climate disruption?
“Follow the money – it’s all about the research grants.” This and similar accusations are commonly made against anyone who advocates on behalf science-based climate policies at all levels, all they way […]
Nota Bene #97: toDwI'ma' qoS yItIvqu'!
“To be truly free, and truly to appreciate its freedom, a society must be literate.”
The Weekly Carboholic: independent statisticians reject recent global cooling claims in blind analysis
Independent statisticians reject recent global cooling claims in blind analysis Melting glaciers releasing pollutants from decades ago IEA: climate treaty necessary to keep energy prices low Floating cities as a response to […]
The Weekly Carboholic: Gas industry's own fracking studies don't support industry claims
Gas industry’s own fracking studies don’t support industry claims Can concentrating photovoltaic compete with solar thermal and standard photovoltaic? Wind turbines may affect weather Geoengineering doesn’t help acidification New study on the […]
'Obama Does Globalistan'
Pepe Escobar’s new book excerpted. It’s Scholars & Rogues’s pleasure to present an excerpt from the new book by Pepe Escobar, correspondent for Asia Times Online and the Real News Internet TV […]