Here was my comment to this absolutely bogus report about wind in Maine.
Statistics! The writer has picked and chosen minuscule data from a government statistical report on energy in the State of Maine. It is possible to make any single month look good for any industry by using statistics. This term was popularized in the United States by Mark Twain (among others), who attributed it to the British Prime…Continue
Europe's Bogus Clean Energy Claims
Very often when we make comments to news articles, we are attacked by environmental whackos that constantly tell us we are falling behind the rest of the world, especially Europe, in developing renewables. Well Europe is not in great shape either, and they have a very dirty little secret they have been hiding regarding "renewables". They are depending on…Continue
Added by Eskutassis on January 23, 2018 at 8:00am — No Comments
The AWEA Newsletter is spreading Wind Power propaganda and there are some really interesting articles. They are touting a wind development in Colorado that is going to be able to produce energy at $18.00+ per Mwh and saying that by the time kids born today are turning 21 wind will be the cheapest form of power out there.
I am pulling my hair out as I read this…Continue
A very poignant article from middle America who went out and did some research into why so many wind turbines were being proposed and built in Iowa. She starts off quoting Warren Buffett when he says wind makes no sense unless there are tax subsidies to write off your profits from other businesses. She goes right to the top of the wind food chain in Iowa, MidAmerica Energy's President, Bill…Continue
Added by Eskutassis on January 20, 2018 at 11:33am — No Comments
Analysts are examining the impact the new tax laws will put on all kinds of businesses. While the subsidies were somewhat spared for the foreseeable future, the lower tax rate will make it harder for investors like Warren Buffett to reduce their tax burden by investing in wind and solar.
This does NOT, however, hurt the electric companies that supply our homes and businesses with power. Every American should be…Continue
This recent cold snap may have been a blessing in disguise. By exposing the reality of the fact that wind and solar can not perform the level of energy needed during high demand periods, the greenies in Massachusetts had to turn to coal and oil to supply themselves with energy, pumping dreaded CO2 into the atmosphere at rates previously unheard of. ISO-NE is sounding an alarm. FINALLY! …Continue
Alert! Alert! Political Comment!!!
Jay Inslee, the Governor of Washington, just announced that we only have 59 days to turn the tide of "Global Warming". The scientist and inventor of the internet wholeheartedly agrees with him. Inslee just announced a plan to raise carbon taxes at the same time. What a coincidence!…Continue
This is a pretty neat article. I wonder how many more of these go off and we don't know about them. I also wonder how much CO2 is generated into the atmosphere. Nature seems to be doing as much as man.
David Emerson is a professional scientist at the Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences who studies bacteria that live literally between a rock and a hard place.
But I am a little perplexed by his "scientific" credentials.
Here is what I commented:
Hey Mr. Emerson;
You are a scientist? You study oceans? Have you happened to be on any of the recent voyages in the last decade to study the North and…
Added by Eskutassis on January 8, 2018 at 7:30am — No Comments
Officials at ISO-New England, operators of the region’s power grid, said energy demands during the recent arctic weather have placed major pressures on energy generators, forcing power companies to rely more on coal and oil to produce electricity,” the Hartford Courant reported this week.
New England's blind unscientific devotion to…Continue
Serious question, greenies: is a nation justified in completely running its economy into the ground, with all of the hardship and heartache that ensues, if it’s all for the sake of instilling the populace with what the government deems necessary environmental virtue?
This article is old, but still tells the story. This is the best hope we have for…Continue