Monthly Archives: July 2011

DIVORCE AGREEMENT

Dear Reader: Here is one of those “political statement” e-mails that bounce around in cyber-space and a golfing buddy of mine forwarded it to me recently. Since my personal political positions run the gamut of “conservative” to “out of the … Continue reading

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The Need for a Real Domestic Alternative Energy Policy in the USA

This article by Andrew Smolski, a contributor at Oilprice.com and published by OilPrice.com on Monday of this week makes a case for “The Need for a Real Domestic Alternative Energy Policy in the USA” but his reasoning, though accurate, is … Continue reading

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Fastest growing industry in the US – Solar Energy

While all this is ‘relatively’ good news, it seems to me to be a minor contribution to solving our energy problem. This type of technology (which should be in wider use) only lessens the demand on “base load” electrical generation. … Continue reading

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The Fossil Fuel Industry Continues Attacks on Wind Energy; The Wind Industry Pushes Back with Fact

This article exemplifies a serious impediment to the development of a clean, sustainable ENERGY FUTURE for our children. Instead of leading the efforts to cleaner energy, as they should be, present energy producers are doing all that they can to … Continue reading

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House keep fluorescent bulbs

It’s stories like this one that often leads me to want to pull my hair out. Republished here without permission , it explains the frustration  that I have when I think about the problem of developing a sensible sustainable energy … Continue reading

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