Category Archives: fossil fuel energy

Earth: What’s it’s Carrying Capacity?

Earth: What’s it’s Carrying Capacity? Just a short post today. David Attenborough has always been one of my favorite personalities. His work and films have never failed to instruct and make one think. He is, in my humble opinion, one … Continue reading

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Is Clean Energy Being Set-up to Fail?

Is Clean Energy Being Set-up to Fail? I came across an article recently that asked the question “Is Clean Energy Being Set-up to Fail?” and the answer was a resounding yes but only in some limited quarters. Unfortunately, those ‘quarters’ … 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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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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