Monthly Archives: January 2008

Part 2-Making a Difference

Solving a problem   As the theory of man made global warming begins to unravel you can expect politicians to talk less about carbon and more about adapting and pollution. In fact it is already happening. At a recent meeting … Continue reading

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Making a Difference

Making a difference   When trucks switch from diesel to natural gas two objectives can be reached at once: dependence on foreign oil can be reduced and fine particulates from diesel engines can be significantly reduced. When pressure from society … Continue reading

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Climate Skeptics speak up

Climate Critics Speak up   The critics of global warming alarmism are speaking up instead of shutting up. Here are a couple of samples from today. First a video entitled “Flaws in Catastrophic Global Warming Forcasts”.   Second a newspaper … Continue reading

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More on Microwave

Shale oil and microwaves   Extracting oil from shale at a reasonable cost is energy’s Holy Grail. A previous post mentioned the use of microwaves but the company involved was a small start-up. Now the major players in oil are … Continue reading

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Climate Discord

Where the evidence leads   In a previous post reference was made to a letter presented to the UN and heads of state at the end of the Bali conference. The letter was signed by scientists who questioned the evidence … Continue reading

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Little Critters

The little critters are at it again   Syngas is produced when any carbon based material is reacted with steam and oxygen in a high temperature and high pressure oxygen starved environment. (See further information.) Then the microbes take over … Continue reading

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