Monthly Archives: January 2012

Am I Spitting Into the Wind?

Am I Spitting Into the Wind? There are times when I wonder if everything that people are doing to try to facilitate a rapid transition away from fossil fuels toward a green renewable energy future are a waste of time … Continue reading

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What Do SOPA and PIPA Have To Do With Alternative Energy?

What Do SOPA and PIPA Have To Do With Alternative Energy? Unless you sleeping or live under a rock you know that two days ago the internet had a show of descent against the proposed legislation that would have allowed … Continue reading

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Small Steps Could Lead to Big Rewards!

Small Steps Could Lead to Big Rewards! In my last post I talked about how, when confronted with the reality of Peak Oil and it’s ugly cousin Climate Change, I had become somewhat depressed. I felt that nothing could be … Continue reading

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Fossil Fuel Folly Can Lead to Individual Depression!

Fossil Fuel Folly Can Lead to Individual Depression! When I retired in May of last year I thought that Blogging about ENERGY issues would be good for me. It would give me something to do and a platform to express … Continue reading

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The War Didn’t End in 2011

The War Didn’t End in 2011 “It is evident that many wars are fought over resources which are now becoming increasingly scarce. If we conserved our resources better, fighting over them would not then occur…so, protecting the global environment is … Continue reading

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