Monthly Archives: December 2011

While I’m Waiting What Can I Do?

While I’m Waiting What Can I Do? For those of us who are finding that the transition to, so called, Green Energy is progressing at a snails pace we often wonder “While I’m Waiting What Can I Do?”  Even though … Continue reading

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Choices! ?

Choices! ? Turns out that when we have too many choices we often become paralyzed, unable to act. Fears of all kinds come into play. A fun little video that I recently ran across points out the phenomenon well. Though … Continue reading

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300 Years of Fossil Fuels in 300 Seconds

300 Years of Fossil Fuels in 300 Seconds Today may be the shortest message that I’ll post this year. I ran across a video today that puts our (humanities) scary situation into a simple formula that anyone can understand. It’s … Continue reading

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Are CNN and Fox Trying to Kill Solar Energy?

 Are CNN and Fox Trying to Kill Solar Energy? I know that it might seem to be a strange question but consider this. Politics 101 here kids! In researching this story I was once again tutored on how, so called … Continue reading

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Republican or Democrat?

Republican or Democrat? In an article that he posted this morning Robert Rapier (one of the energy experts who’s opinion I respect {though I do disagree with him from time to time} and who’s writing I follow) makes the statement … Continue reading

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