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Dr. Jamin Hubner — Mitchell Republic — April 29, 2015 Remember Cash for Clunkers? That 2009 government program that spent $6 billion to save $1 billion? Imagine walking up to a person and saying, “I want to save some money; I’ll give you six dollars if you give me one dollar back.” Genius. Leave it […]
Rebecca Terrell — The New American — April 25, 2015 A team of independent climate scientists and public policy experts is traveling to Rome to enlighten Pope Francis about climate science in advance of the Vatican’s April 28 environmental conference. They plan to host two public workshops to explain that there is no global warming […]
International Panel of Scientists and Policy Experts to Probe Methods of Researchers who Are Reported to Have Falsified Temperature Data.
Gene Kaprowski — Heartland.org — April 26, 2015 A panel of scientists and science policy experts is planning to probe the sources and methods of the researchers who have been reported to have falsified climate change temperature data. There is concern that the data has been intentionally “adjusted” to fit into the policy point of […]
Robert Tracinski — The Federalist — April 17, 2015 Recently, Reason‘s Ronald Bailey asked what it would take to convince conservatives and libertarians that global warming is real. If generally rising temperatures, decreasing diurnal temperature differences, melting glacial and sea ice, smaller snow extent, stronger rainstorms, and warming oceans are not enough to persuade you […]
Over Half of England to be Covered by Turbines, Solar Panels and Fuel Crops. Focus should be on energy efficiency and conservation.
The Telegraph — April 17, 2015 Half of England will be covered by wind turbines, solar panels and fuel crops unless there is huge investment in energy efficiency, campaigners have warned. A report by the Campaign to Protect Rural England (CPRE) says there is a need for much more focus on conserving energy and reducing […]
Charles W. Johnson — Times Argus — April 13, 2015 Something big is missing from our public debates about industrial wind turbines on our ridgelines. It’s something never talked about in testimony to the Legislature or at legal hearings on the subject. It’s almost as if it’s a forbidden topic. Yet it’s one of the […]
New regulations will include increasing the setback distance for the turbines, creating tighter noise restrictions, eliminating turbine flicker for the homes of nonparticipating residents, and a ban on wind development within three miles of the Lake Huron shoreline. This three-mile no-windmill zone was recommended by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Jack Spencer — CapCon — […]
Originally posted on Global Wind Energy — The Human Impact:
Please watch this video. The Senate in Australia has called an inquiry into wind project health impacts. You will see some of the problems that independent researchers have to deal with. Suppression of information is paramount to industry success. The Australians are exposing the fraud.…
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