Written by BioInitiative
A Rationale for Biologically-based Exposure Standards for Low-Intensity Electromagnetic Radiation
The controverisies surrounding wireless technologies and things like "smart meters", the following content is premised by The Precautionary Principle
"The precautionary principle applies where ...
Written by Alec Gimurtu
Not all the shale plays are created equal, and one in particular is bucking the trend with robust economics and company share prices that show it. But is it too late to buy in? Fund Manager Josh Young doesn't think so, and he sat down with The Energy Reportto discuss the hottest (and coldest) North ...
Written by Judicial Watch
Just when you thought the U.S. government’s global warming frenzy couldn’t possibly get any worse, the Obama administration announces that it’s dedicating a whopping $19.5 million to study the effect of climate change on cows.
Written by Donn Dears
Government justifies the money it spends on research by saying it’s for theoretical research that industry can’t afford to do.
A good example of theoretical research is particle research that requires building huge accelerators, such as the Fermilab, to investigate the fundamentals of matter.
Written by Tom Armistead
- The Energy Report (5/14/13) Let's make one thing clear: There is no magic formula to determine which company will be the next big buyout story. But if there were a formula, it would include variables like asset value, management skill level, risk profile and location, location, location. Today, ...
Written by Tom DeWeese
Sustainable Development and the Control of Energy (The growing battle over Smart Meters)
Sustainable Development is code for a policy designed to transform human society, essentially eliminating individual life decisions and replacing them with top – down, one-size-fits-all government control. In ...
Written by Judicial Watch
Stop the presses! Another one of President Obama’s brilliant clean-energy ventures has collapsed after taking tens of millions of dollars from American taxpayers, in this case to develop a special wheelchair-accessible “green” van.
Written by John C.K. Daly
The U.S. currently imports more than 80% of the lithium it uses, with the silvery metal winding up in batteries from cell phones to electric cars.
According to a United States Geological Survey publication on lithium, “The only commercially active lithium mine in the United States was a brine ...
Written by Paul Driessen
We don’t need to restrict oil or gas exports. We need to open more lands to leasing and drilling.
The interminable war on drilling, fracking and the Keystone XL pipeline has taken some bizarre turns. Now it’s getting worse, as opponents grow more desperate, and the moon again grows full.