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Three Chilling Essays by Michael Crichton on the Bastardization of Modern Science and the New World Religion

From the Science and Public Policy Institute, three essays by Michael Crichton that are ‘must reads’ for anyone wondering how the hell the myth of Global Warming has taken hold in the minds of so many people.  I’ve been saying for a very long time that Anthropogenic Global Warming is the new world religion, as it […]

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What I truly despise about the green mentality.

Originally posted on Pointman's:
It’s about fear, paralysing self-doubt and above all, inward-looking. It has a veneer of caring but it is chronically selfish and insulated from ordinary people. Consequently, it can’t really relate to sweaty complicated variables like human beings. It simplifies them, abstracts them as objects, little unreal figures, digitised peasants populating the…

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Hypocrite Al Gore tells people to invest in renewables while he Dumped his Green Tech Stocks

This article is about Al Gore calling for the ‘punishment’ of climate change deniers, but it also touches on the fact that although he is telling people to invest in renewables, he actually dumped millions of green stocks at a loss…. “Gore also drew criticisms of hypocrisy for exhorting investors to put their funds in […]

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First Round-the-World Solar-Powered Flight Takes Off — Only 5 Months to Complete Trip

That’s right. The world’s first solar-powered flight took off from Dubai today and the amazing thing is, it will only take 5 months for them to circumnavigate the globe! According to the article: “Neither pilot will be able to stand in the cockpit while flying, but the seat reclines for stretching and its cushion can […]

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The Ontario Clean Energy Benefit and it’s costs to taxpayers…

Originally posted on Tye's Blog:
You know the Ontario Clean Energy Benefit that is taking 10% off your hydro bill every month? Guess who is paying? You! This “clean energy benefit” is the same one that is costing taxpayers $ 1 billion. One Billion dollars a year! The same ratepayers that are saving 10%…

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More wind generation on Ontario electricity grid means more pollution

Originally posted on The Don Jones Articles:
By: Donald Jones, P.Eng., retired nuclear industry engineer, 2015 January It seems that the more wind there is on the Ontario electricity grid the more pollution there is. Case in point, a snapshot of the Independent Electricity System Operator’s (IESO) Generator Output and Capability Report for 2015 January…

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A Great Diagram to Help People Understand How a Turbine Can Impact Its Neighbours

This is a useful tool to use to show people how much one turbine can impact the property values of homes around it.   Now imagine if any of Farmers B through E have a second neighbour with a turbine.  They are completely prevented from ever doing anything on their own property again.  But turbines don’t […]

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Who Else Remembers Wearing Bread Bags on Your Feet as a Child? I do.

When you read this article, it also reminds us why the younger generations today buy into the whole Global Warming theory so easily.  They haven’t lived long enough on this earth to understand that we naturally go through periods of cooling and warming….that the climate is always changing and always variable. When Bread Bags Weren’t […]

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UK: Not Enough Predictable Power in Wind’s Sails

MetalMiner — January 26, 2015 Here at MetalMiner, we are enthusiastic about renewable energy schemes. It seems like common sense to develop energy sources that are not based on depleting reserves and that are sustainable from an environmental perspective. What we take issue with is the payment of massive subsidies to support them. We would […]

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2014 – The Most Dishonest Year on Record

From Climate Change Dispatch — January 19, 2015 Robert Tracinski — Federalist Last week, according to our crackerjack mainstream media, NASA announced that 2014 was the hottest year, like, ever. No, really. The New York Times began its report with: “Last year was the hottest in earth’s recorded history.” Well, not really. As we’re about […]

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Vesta Wind Systems’ Share Price Plummets 30% As Green Tech Reels From Low Oil Prices

(Can we have a collective sympathetic, “Ahhhhhhh” for Vestas? — DQ) Holly Ellyatt — Energy Future — December 19, 2014 The green energy market is fast becoming the latest to fall victim to the precipitous fall in global oil prices, as investors shun eco-friendly tech companies. The price of benchmark Brent crude has fallen 46 […]

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“Contradictions, Bias Undermine Credibility of the Health Canada Wind Turbine Noise Study”

Tip o’ the hat to Sherri Lange (NaPAW) for this article from Master Resource “Contradictions, Bias Undermine Credibility of the Health Canada Wind Turbine Noise Study” By Mark Davis and Keith Stelling — December 10, 2014 “We are dismayed that the recently released Health Canada Wind Turbine Noise and Health Study has ignored the distress […]

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“Blue” Energy! Have the Dutch Come Up With a Truly Environmentally Friendly Renewable Energy?

Dutch researchers to produce electricity from ‘blue energy’ Dutch researchers are trying to popularize a new renewable energy source called “blue energy”. On Wednesday, REDstack BV, the Dutch company which supervises the project, opened a test facility in order to popularize blue energy and pave the way for the construction of blue energy plants in […]

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Climate Change Solutions Could Prove Disastrous for Billions of People, But Worth it to Save the Planet, Scientists Say

Geo-engineering: Climate fixes ‘could harm billions’ David Shukman – Science editor, BBC News – November 25, 2014 Schemes to tackle climate change could prove disastrous for billions of people, but might be required for the good of the planet, scientists say. That is the conclusion of a new set of studies into what’s become known as […]

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Google Engineers Conclude Renewables like Wind and Solar are a Waste of Time and Resources

Margaret Wente — Globe and Mail — November 24, 2014 All over Ontario, giant wind turbines are sprouting up across the rural landscape and ruining people’s lives. Ordinary people are trying to fight them off in court, but they don’t have a chance. The multinational wind industry has a lot more money than they do. […]

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