Monthly Archives: October 2010

Canadian Serendipity

Finding ” the most efficient organism for the production of oil identified in the world to date” without actually searching is the good fortune of a Canadian company! In 2005, as part of a five-year research effort, the company was screening … Continue reading

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The hockey stick graph

Ross McKitrick talks about the hockey stick graph. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=STHx27lQuBA&feature=player_embedded

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US to start exporting energy!

It’s hard to believe but true. The US will export a fossil fuel! One wonders why they haven’t done more to convert their transportation sector to natural gas. The US has 10 LNG import terminals and two under construction, yet … Continue reading

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