11 comments on “American Energy for Grownups”

  1. A voice of sanity in a mad world. Keep up the good work, many of us rely on you for information and amusement.

  2. The bottom line is that all of this pressure to phase out fossil fuels is based on the ridiculously overstated heating effects from a component of the atmosphere that’s only a little over 0.04% of the total atmosphere. I think this is all being done on purpose by the WEF and their governmental plants because they know that the only way the people of this world will acquiesce to their new world order and great reset is if there is a big enough crisis for them to cry out to governments for help. Climate change does represent a huge existential threat to humanity, but not for the reason most people think. The “fix” for this non existent problem will create the worst energy, economic, and food crisis the world has ever seen and this is exactly the plan of the unelected terrorist cabal elites hiding behind the cleverly crafted benign name of the World Economic Forum.

  3. The whole aim of practical politics is to keep the populace alarmed, (and hence clamorous to be led to safety), by menacing it with an endless series of hobgoblins, all of them imaginary.

  4. One that you didn't mention is that wind the wind blows and they are producing energy the dams by law are not allowed to produce energy and have to dump the water behind the dams. In which case I believe dams can produce way more electricity and on a percentage basis the wind turbines are artificially higher that it appears.

  5. If we insist on a goal or reducing or eliminating fossil fuels, the sane approach is to harness market forces to provide the energy (pun intended) for change. That means supply of an alternative source, at competitive pricing. Creating a scarcity, as is currently being done, is to do so counter to market forces. If we choose to work *against* the market, we need to be preparedto be crushed. Canada tried to counter market forces to move its currency exchange in the 1980s. And quit that idea in a hurry.

  6. Thanks for this, sometimes I think it's me but it's not, it's them. We are given so much information which disproves the claims of these dark characters and yet it seems the world insists on believing them.

  7. So, today, apparently, the world will transport and use 100 Million barrels of oil. For what? might I ask?
    Half of that I have been told is for fuels. Which are used in Infernal Combustion Engines by high temperature oxidation to do Work at about 40% effectiveness. More than half is blown out the exhaust pipe as heat.
    So, my question is this. Where is all that heat going? A minimum of 25 million barrels of oil daily?
    Much more a source of global warming than CO2, possibly.

  8. Are we selling our excess wind energy in Ontario to New York State and Michigan at a loss? Has anyone ever calculated the approximate financial loss over a 20 year contract?

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