Archive for the ‘environment’ Category

The Green Enron

August 21, 2009

Massive scandal over in Europe over “Cap & Trade” style “Carbon Offset Credit” trading.

Reported ties to organized crime as Euro-criminals follow in Al Gore’s footsteps.

The Global Warming Crisis is officially over

May 12, 2009

Just ask Oprah

Special Earth Day Video

April 22, 2009

George Carlin on “Saving the Planet.”

Special Earth Day Book Pick!

April 22, 2009

Power to Save the World: The Truth About Nuclear Energy by Gwyneth Cravens

Find out why Greenpeace founder Patrick Moore thinks the Nuclear Energy is the ecologically sound thing to do.

About that Global Warming thing…

January 11, 2009

The meteorological institute of Germany warns metal earrings on people’s body could cause dangerous freezing with the current extreme conditions in Europe.

Consider this comes from Pravda, but this article claims that the current warming cycle is ending and that the earth will return to Ice Age conditions for the next 100,000 years.

Monday Book Pick

January 5, 2009

Fallen Angels by Larry Niven, Dr. Jerry Pournelle, and Michael Flynn.

The “Climate Change” novel that was out long before “climate change” was cool.

The Monday Book Pick Archive & the 2008 Archive

A green technology we should support.

December 30, 2008

Oleg Volk points out that firearms are a green technology in a most delightful way.

The 12 Days of Global Warming

December 24, 2008

Bonus video: Penn & Teller call Bullshit! on Watermelons (Green on the Outside, Red on the Inside)

I certainly hope so…

July 29, 2008

Classical Values makes a prediction:

The era of carbon craziness is almost over.

I certainly hope so. Then Algore and his fellow scam artists will be exposed for the fear mongers they are and the Watermelons will have their socialist Red cores exposed.

Mini-Reactors in the works.

July 17, 2008

Good news for those concerned with Global Warming and American Energy independence!

Plans for smaller nuclear reactors, which can be US built, have been submitted to the NRC for approval.

These small plants, which produce no greenhouse gases, are designed to produce 45-megawatts of power with a very small footprint. The unit is less than 70 feet long and the containment vessel is only 14 feet in diameter.

These can be easily placed in remote areas that currently use diesel generators and would be useful in more urban areas, such as California and the Northeast, to reduce dependence on plants that burn coal, oil and natural gas.

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