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Monthly Archives: August 2018


Deepwater in Deep Trouble: Fishermen Tell Off-Shore Wind Farm Developers to F@*#K Off

Wind developers just ran aground off the New Jersey coast, with fishermen telling them to stick their wind turbines where the sun don’t shine. Gripped with a maniacal obsession with wind power, New York State, under Andrew Cuomo, is determined…

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New Solar Capacity Dries Up

By Paul Homewood      https://www.gov.uk/government/statistics/energy-trends-section-6-renewables   Subsidies to new installations of solar power via the Renewable Obligation scheme were withdrawn with effect from April 2016, although schemes already in progress were given leeway. The latest BEIS figures for new…

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WILDFIRES IN DECLINE DESPITE RECENT HIGH PROFILE DESTRUCTION

Climate Alarmists Burned By Studies Showing Destructive Wildfires In DeclineValerie Richardson, The Washington Times, 31 July 2018 Global burned area dropped by about 25 percent over the previous 18 years, study shows Scenes of Californians fleeing their homes and Greeks…

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Minerals as Manufacturing: The Case of Oil and Gas

“If resources are not fixed but created, then the nature of the scarcity problem changes dramatically. For the technological means involved in the use of resources determines their creation and therefore the extent of their scarcity. The nature of the…

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