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Category Archives: Environment
Some people are saying that the Antarctic sea ice is expanding and it is getting colder at the South Pole. I just finished reading the following article in Forbes Magazine. Man, this makes me hopping mad. http://www.forbes.com/sites/jamestaylor/2012/09/19/antarctic-sea-ice-sets-another-record/ What the F—? … Continue reading
Some big corporations and big unions want to build a new oil pipeline to bring Canadian oil to the United States. These companies have brainwashed millions of people to think this is a good idea. They say it will create … Continue reading
In an earlier post I wrote about the monumentally stupid Obama decision to oppose and delay the proposed Keystone oil pipeline from Canada through the United States to existing refineries in Oklahoma and along the U.S. Gulf Coast. https://caughtinavortex.wordpress.com/2011/11/21/obama-votes-present-on-the-keystone-oil-pipeline-for-canadian-oil/ … Continue reading
During the election in 2008 some commentators revealed that Barack Obama had a significant tendency to duck controversial decisions and votes during his brief tenure as an Illinois State Senator. http://www.realclearpolitics.com/articles/2007/02/the_everpresent_obama.html. Now, his propensity to vote “present” is coming home … Continue reading
The latest innovation from Government Motors is a design adapted from work by that world renowned innovator, Barack Obama. The Energy Department has provided funding to G.M. in the amount of $785 Billion for start up and production. The first … Continue reading
The recent large and devastating tornadoes bring up the question of what is causing tornadoes to be so much more frequent and powerful. As usual, meteorologists try to use scientific studies and years of statistics to show that tornadoes are … Continue reading
Now that some of the dangers of nuclear power are front and center again, environmental groups and individuals are busy denouncing energy plants that produce large quantities of energy from relative small physical areas (like nuclear energy plants). Of course, … Continue reading