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Why the Fossil Fuel Revolution Is Good for Both Humans and the Environment

By Alan Carlin | July 28, 2017 The fossil fuel revolution that started in the Eighteen and Nineteenth Centuries was not planned by governments. It occurred because humans found fossil fuels useful in their daily lives. In later years fossil fuels made possible even more useful forms of energy generated using fossil fuels, particularly electricity. […]

Hurricane drought to end? Models show Hurricane on track for East Coast

Anthony Watts / 3 hours ago August 4, 2017 While we enjoy a 4300+ day drought of major hurricanes making landfall on the USA, hurricane expert Dr. Ryan MAue opines on Twitter about the possibilities for a Hurricane hitting the Atlantic Coast. He shows model output for a powerful hurricane to develop, with some predcted tracks showing US landfall […]


By Jessica Chasmar – The Washington Times – Wednesday, August 2, 2017 Former Vice President Al Gore’s 10,070-square-foot estate near Nashville, Tennessee, expended more than 21 times more energy than the average U.S. household over the past year, according to a new report.| A report by the National Center for Public Policy Research — self-described as a […]

Are Climate Activists Giving Up? ‘Despondent and Fatalistic’

By Brian C. Joondeph Climate change warriors have transitioned from being motivated and enthusiastic to despondent and fatalistic. A Washington Post article this week headlined, “We only have a 5 percent chance of avoiding ‘dangerous’ global warming.” It looks to me like they have thrown in the towel. We are beyond the point of no return, […]