Monthly Archives: February 2012

Climate Debate!

*Take Action on a Personal level* Climate Debate! It seems that the Climate Debate has gotten (just like the political debate)  a lot more rancorous in recent months. Just the other day I read an article by Robert Rapier wherein … Continue reading

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Bio-fuels-Make-Comeback-Despite-Tough-Economy

Bio-fuels-Make-Comeback-Despite-Tough-Economy The developed world runs on oil. Fossil fuels powered the industrial revolution and have driven all the growth that has happened since then. We use oil to generate our electricity and as fuel in our cars. However, it is … Continue reading

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Energy Politics at it’s Ugliest!

Energy Politics at it’s Ugliest! Or should I just say Politics in general these days. What an I talking about, you ask? On the 16th I came across an article posted over at thinkprogress.org where it was reported that Senator … Continue reading

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Are Electric Vehicles the Answer?

Are Electric Vehicles the Answer? Well maybe yes and no! It all depends on what ones transportation needs are. If you want to get into your car and drive to, say- Las Vegas (to get married I’m sure) and you … Continue reading

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A New Revolution?

A New Revolution? Yesterday I came across a video wherein Jeremy Rifkin posits that switching to a “Clean Energy” paradigm will be nothing short of a “Third Industrial Revolution”. He makes a compelling case that the depletion of fossil fuels … Continue reading

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