Monthly Archives: November 2011

More Confusion !

More Confusion ! A while back I posted an article concerning “Global Warming” and pointed out that there seems to be an issue in many peoples minds that global warming is not happening or that it’s not ‘anthropogenic’ (caused by … Continue reading

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What the ^%#*(@ is up with “conflicting” claims?

What the ^%#*(@ is up with “conflicting” claims? This morning I, for the umpteenth time, had to try and make sense of two articles that make diametrically opposed claims on the same subject. This is true in most venues that … Continue reading

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Monkeys or Murderers?

Monkeys? When I was a child I recall being told of how small Monkeys were captured in, I think, Madagascar. The way that it was done was ingenious as it used the behavior traits of those Monkeys so that they … Continue reading

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Your “Congress” is an Illusion!

Your “Congress” is an Illusion! Short and “not so sweet ” today. Just in case you aren’t aware of the situation with our congress (at least some of it’s members) our congress is not “our” congress. That is simply an … Continue reading

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Wind Doesn’t Need Tax Credits To Be Competitive

Wind Doesn’t Need Tax Credits To Be Competitive! Amelia Timbers recently interviewed Mike Revak-( Siemens’ VP of Technical Sales and Proposals of the US Wind Group) and reports that Mike avers that “Wind Power” does not need government incentive to … Continue reading

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