Monthly Archives: April 2012

CO2- Only Part of the Problem

CO2- Only Part of the Problem I have, for the most part, not based my arguments that we need to transition to alternative fuels and abandon fossil coal and oil as our main energy sources based on the “Climate Change- … Continue reading

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The Good, The Bad and The Ugly!

The Good, The Bad and The Ugly! Today I want to talk briefly about three issues concerning Energy. Wind, Nuclear and Attitude. Wind¬† (The Good) A few days ago I ran across and article at Gizmag about a type of … Continue reading

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Limits to Food-Water and Why it Matters.

Limits to Food-Water and Why it Matters. When I first started this blog (almost a year ago…where does the time go?) I choose to focus on the issue of depleting fossil fuels (Peak Oil if you will..) and avoid, for … Continue reading

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Is It Just “Peak Oil” or are there other “Limits to Growth”?

Is It Just “Peak Oil” or are there other “Limits to Growth”? When I started this blog last year I never dreamed that it would lead me down a “rabbit hole” of scary predictions. Though I was well aware that … Continue reading

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The Race is On to Salvation or Disaster, Who will Win?

The Race is On to Salvation or Disaster, Who will Win? Despite all the nay Sayers the race is on between today’s energy paradigm and the possibility of a “Clean Energy” future.¬†Petroleum Geologist Jeffrey J. Brown tells us that by … Continue reading

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