Category Archives: energy

the environment’s “ethical misconduct”? …

[…] nearly two decades of “disturbing” data manipulation. Someone in the inorganic section of a USGS lab in Lakewood, Colorado manipulated data – some of which related to the environment – from 1996 to 2014, with “serious and far ranging” … Continue reading

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on manipulating temperature data …

Any theory needing to rely so consistently on fudging the evidence, I concluded, must be looked on not as science at all, but as simply a rather alarming case study in the aberrations of group psychology. Christopher Booker’s quote, in … Continue reading

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another scientist bites the agenda …

Coming out “It is therefore correct, indeed verging on compulsory in the scientific tradition, to be skeptical of those who express certainty.” – Patrick Draper, PhD (Ecology) I’m going to come out of the closet – no I’m not gay … Continue reading

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misinformation at Japan’s Fukushima …

The misinformation about nuclear disasters is another of those activist agendas we commonly see today. This article was from a researcher that wanted to know the truth, personally. Read her story about Fukushima: […] I never saw the actual results … Continue reading

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not just BoM, CSIRO, NASA, NOAA, CRU, … “what we do is like magic”

Data manipulation destroys (USGS) science: Federal Energy Lab Forced To Close After ‘Disturbing’ Data Manipulation – ‘Tell me what you want and I will get it for you’ The inorganic section of the U.S. Geological Survey’s (USGS) Energy Geochemistry Laboratory … Continue reading

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destructive green energy …

[…] Bats eat insects, saving farmers billions of dollars in pest control each year, but they generally do not get much attention. No one was even looking for bats under turbines until 2003, according to wildlife biologist Ed Arnett, currently … Continue reading

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Facebook bias, farce …

Zuckerberg claimed last week they were not biased. BIAS: Facebook admits rogue employees may have shown bias against conservatives. Rogue? (Instapundit) Bulldust all the way. See here the posts recommended by Facebook after ‘liking’ a post with a strongly skeptic … Continue reading

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the climate hypocrites, from Rockefeller, down …

The schemers and shysters agenda is spinning out of control, with the Rockefeller Foundation weaving such a tangled, incestuous, web of propaganda, it’s slowly strangling the nonsense called anthropogenic global warming catastrophe (CAGW). An excellent in depth investigation by Katie … Continue reading

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windy scams breaking the bank …

The anti-windfarm energy agenda claims another victim, or is about to. The Ponzi schemes that bring us 18th Century technology using 21st Century materials and funding is sending us broke. At least the wind farm companies anyway: Australian wind farm … Continue reading

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the turbine disasters of renewable energy …

“[…] at generating just 20% of US electricity with wind power would require some 186,000 turbines, 19,000 miles of new transmission lines, 18,000,000 acres of land, and 270,000,000 tons of concrete, steel, copper, fiberglass and rare earths, plus millions of … Continue reading

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