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Algal oil: Hope or Scam?

Algal oil: Hope or Scam? As my readers know I am convinced that producing oil derived from Algae is the best choice, at this point, for replacing the liquid fuels that will “disappear” along with fossil oil. We have already … 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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Obama energy policy raises costs, limits jobs

The following op-ed article by Robert Bryce was carried by CNN recently and I have re-posted it here in an effort to highlight, once again, why the “non optional” transition to a sustainable renewable energy sector that eliminates coal and … Continue reading

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More Drilling in the Gulf, The Death of a Thousand Cuts

Since the US is down to importing about one half of it’s oil these days we can assume that we are, and we are, using more of the resources available in the US. I would imagine that many people are … Continue reading

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