renewable energy

Recently, I spoke with John Batchelor on his radio program about a novel solution to combat climate change developed with my MIT classmate, Tom Hafer, an engineer and skilled systems developer.

The surveillance state has been achieved not through some conspiratorial government agency and plan but because we willingly carry around our geolocation and so much more in the guise of our cell phones.

The compulsion to be seen as doing something in response to perceived public health or environmental concerns is a syndrome endemic in the political class and, increasingly, the mass media.

Evolution by natural selection suggests that organisms adapt to their environments.

“There’s a weird internet cult of renewables haters, and also the strange case of the state of Texas, where renewables are the

Environmentalists often oppose the very solutions that they once proposed.

Radio news broadcaster Paul Harvey was famous for many reasons, one of which was introducing a phrase into the American lexicon: "And now, the rest of the story." Modern journalists should take note.