Monthly Archives: October 2009

End of the scare

Why a doubling of CO2 will not produce the warming predicted by the IPCC.      Christopher Monckton is referring to the peer reviewed work of Richard S. Lindzen which can be found here: http://wattsupwiththat.files.wordpress.com/2009/10/cooler_heads_lindzen-talk-pdf.pdf   Advertisements

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Straight Vegetable Oil (SVO) replaces diesel

Use a hand operated press to squeeze the oil from Jatropha seeds, filter the oil and put it straight into your diesel tank. This small scale rural technology is bringing light and refrigeration to rural Africa. What a contrast to the huge … Continue reading

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Renewable energy fantasies and fifth grade math

This primer on energy shows that the suggested suite of renewable energy sources can only fill a niche role in supplying energy. It also is an unabashed plug for nuclear power. Can you say “nuclear”?   http://www.energytribune.com/articles.cfm?aid=2469

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Technology behind abundance of natural gas

For those afflicted with the curiosity to know “how things work” we offer a link to a video that shows how natural gas is produced from shale deposits. Some shale deposits are better than others and the shale deposits in … Continue reading

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Wood power lights it up

As the demand for renewable energy increases power producers are turning to wood. High tech wood gasification plants rival natural gas as producers of clean energy. We will soon see the transition from scrap wood to dedicated plantings for power … Continue reading

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Lord Christopher Monckton visits Canada

His views may be disturbing to some viewers. Viewer discretion is advised. http://www.youtube.com/view_play_list?p=BC2D71C7AB28A6C8

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BBC has an epiphany

The BBC in an article entitled “Where happened to global warming” opened it’s eyes to the fact that climate change science is not settled after all. In their own words: “One thing is for sure. It seems the debate about what … Continue reading

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