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- 113. Have we found the 'holy grail' in cutting emissions? Power plant claims to produce hydrogen by splitting water with sunlight
The University of Colorado at Boulder has designed a hydrogen plant that uses an array of mirrors to focus sunlight onto a huge tower. The tower heats up to 1,350 °C - enough to liberate hydrogen from steam.
URL: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2382612/Have-holy-grail-cutting-emissions-Power-plant-claims-produce-hydrogen-splitting-water-sunlight.html - 196KB - 01 Aug 2013
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- 114. Germany's New Coal Boom Reaches Record Level
Germanyâ€™s New Coal Boom Reaches Record Level, Dirty Coal Revived As Europe Speeds Green Retreat, Germany out in the coal, Renewables Fiasco: Doldrums And Clouds Bring Green Electricity Production To A Halt, Dirtiest Coalâ€™s Rebirth in Europe Flattens Medieval Towns, Green Revolution? Germanyâ€™s New Coal Boom Reaches Record Level, Oops: Europeâ€™s rising and renewable-driven...
URL: http://canadafreepress.com/index.php/article/germanys-new-coal-boom-reaches-record-level - 36KB - 17 May 2014
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- 115. David Cameron's greatest crime – Telegraph Blogs
Apparently David Cameron is sometimes wont to ask: "Why does James Delingpole hate me so much?"It's a fair question: we used to be friends after all. And if I'm honest I wish we still were. Life would be so much easier and more fun if I were part of the Prime Minister's inner circle: all those weekends at Chequers; all the hanging out with Jeremy Clarkson and the other groovesters of the Chipping Norton 'n' Witney set; all that material I'd be given for the eventual Authorised Biography.Problem is, if there's one thing I value even more than the friendships I made at Oxford it's the British countryside.
URL: http://blogs.telegraph.co.uk/news/jamesdelingpole/100177372/david-camerons-greatest-crime/ - 58KB - 21 Aug 2012
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- 116. Solar Executive Tries to Intimidate Bill Gates Into Opposing Fossil Fuels - Forbes
Bill Gates has gotten a lot of criticism for endorsing–or at least for not opposing–poor countries’ use of cheap, plentiful, reliable energy from fossil fuels to improve their lives.Here’s the background: In a post on his “Gates Notes” blog entitled “Two Videos That Illuminate Energy Poverty,” Gates recommends that readers view two videos by the Danish statistician Bjorn Lomborg entitled “Fighting Poverty with Fossil Fuels” and “Saving Lives with Fossil Fuels” (they’re worth watching, and each is barely over a minute). Poor countries, says Gates, "desperately need cheap sources of energy now to fuel the economic growth that lifts families out of poverty. They can’t afford today’s expensive clean energy solutions, and we can’t expect them wait for the technology to get cheaper."
URL: http://www.forbes.com/sites/alexepstein/2014/08/22/solar-executive-tries-to-intimidate-bill-gates-into-opposing-fossil-fuels/ - 85KB - 24 Aug 2014
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- 117. Climategate – Corus Redcar Steel Works The Price Of Gordon Brown’s Insane Climate Change Policies Part 2
Part 1 of the story is hereAt the last minute MEP Nigel Farage was dropped from last Thursday’s Question Time, Farage would have had some interesting things to say about the closure of the Steel Works.
URL: http://toryaardvark.com/2010/02/24/climategate-corus-redcar-steel-works-the-price-of-gordon-browns-insane-climate-change-policies-part-2/ - 99KB - 11 Feb 2015
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- 118. The Emperors New Clothes: How to Pay off the National Debt and Give a 28.5% Tax Cut | Cobden Centre
I offer a £1,000 reward for anyone who can tell me why this logically won’t work, practical politics, for now, being another matter.What follows is an attempt to show you that this can be done.Remember the story about the Emperor whose only concern was not the welfare of his people but the state of his clothes? Lacking a new outfit for his procession, he instructs the finest clothe-makers to propose designs. Step forward Slimus and Slick, promising that only clever people will be able to see their splendiferous garments; they will be invisible to anyone stupid. In exchange for gold coin – real money – they make something special for the King. The King, seeing nothing when presented with these designs made out of thin air, worries that he must be stupid because he pretended to the fraudsters that they were wonderful. Word goes round that only clever people can see the garments, so everyone cheers the naked King during his procession. It takes a small child, on top of his father’s shoulders, to exclaim: “the Emperor has got nothing on!” Everyone falls silent. Then, one by one, they start muttering, “the Emperor is naked!”I am going to tell you that our Emperor – the government – has no clothes and is indeed naked with respect to our money. The sooner we realise this the better. Then we can make real progress and prevent the imminent misery. Indeed, the realisation of its nakedness should reveal that we have a unique moment in history to do something very special: to make banking secure, pay off the national debt, and even enable a 28.5% income-tax cut.
URL: http://www.cobdencentre.org/2010/05/the-emperors-new-clothes-how-to-pay-off-the-national-debt-give-a-28-5-tax-cut/ - 335KB - 19 Jun 2012
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- 119. Green fuel tax: The answer, my friend, ain't blowing' in the wind | Mail Online
Following the revelation that we're all paying a secret stealth tax to subsidise so-called renewable energy sources, it seems like a good time to check out exactly what we are getting for our money.......manufacturing industry faces a 70 per cent increase in its fuel bills — regardless of the level of world energy prices — because of a reckless levy on carbon emissions imposed by the Coalition’s tame racing driver. Some say he ran off with a lapsed lesbian and that he persuaded his ex-wife to take the rap for a speeding offence. All we know is: he’s called Chris Huhne.
URL: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/debate/article-2001877/Green-fuel-tax-The-answer-friend-aint-blowing-wind.html - 82KB - 11 Jun 2011
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- 120. Barnwell Manor: The District Council strikes back! | Roger Helmer MEP
It’s an all-too-familiar story. Local campaigners invest a huge amount of time and money in putting together a case against a wind farm planning application. They argue their case in front of the local planning committee. They win. The local authority gives due consideration to the visual intrusion, the health factors, the housing blight, the damage to local communities.The campaigners celebrate. They open the champagne. Then the developer lodges an appeal. The man from Whitehall spends perhaps half a day reviewing the evidence and the arguments that have been painstakingly collected at great expense over many months, and then he does exactly what he planned to do when he drove up. He approves the developer’s appeal — and the wind farm plan — with total disregard for the views of local planners and local residents. (This seems to be the Coalition’s take on “localism”, by the way).
URL: http://rogerhelmermep.wordpress.com/2012/05/08/barnwell-manor-the-district-council-strikes-back/ - 60KB - 11 May 2012
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- 121. Wind turbines – not just hateful but ruddy dangerous too! – Telegraph Blogs
Another one bites the dust (photo SWNS) Richard Dawkins you are WRONG. There IS definitely a God - and for proof, look no further than His decision to
URL: http://blogs.telegraph.co.uk/news/jamesdelingpole/100200909/wind-turbines-not-just-hateful-but-ruddy-dangerous-too/ - 57KB - 31 Jan 2013
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- 122. Fossil fuels to last for centuries | Roger Helmer MEP
On Friday, I was privileged to visit the British Geological Survey, at Keyworth in Nottinghamshire. My main interests were to get a clear understanding of the potential for shale gas in the UK, and also to understand better the availability of suitable UK sites for long-term geological storage of nuclear waste.On shale gas, the answer seems to be that we simply don’t yet know the scale of commercially exploitable shale gas, though it may be considerable. So it is wrong to regard shale gas as Britain’s get-out-of-jail card to solve our energy crisis. But it is also wrong for Ed Davey to talk down the potential of shale gas, because like everyone else, he just doesn’t know. It would be doubly wrong to ignore the potential and fail to investigate it thoroughly.
URL: http://rogerhelmermep.wordpress.com/2012/06/25/fossil-fuels-to-last-for-centuries/ - 69KB - 01 Jul 2012
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- 123. Maps Developed in Secret Suggest EPA May Be Expanding Regulation
BISMARCK, N.D. — A map developed by the EPA and released to a U.S. House committee investigating controversial proposed water regulations should have citizens concerned, says U.S. Rep. Kevin Cramer. “It is certainly alarming the EPA would develop these maps in secret and only release them after being confronted by members of Congress,” Cramer, a Republican, said in a news release accompanying his office’s release of the maps. “The EPA has been hiding information which could upset the public and jeopardize its massive power grab of unprecedented authority over private and public water.”
URL: http://dailysignal.com/2014/08/30/maps-developed-secret-suggest-epa-may-expanding-regulation/ - 53KB - 30 Aug 2014
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- 124. HOUSE ENERGY SUBCOMMITTEE CHAIR; EPAs CARBON PLAN ILLEGAL, HIJACKS GRID - Tea Party Nation
Washington, D.C. – The Science, Space, and Technology Committee today convened ahearing to examine the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) approach to implementing a far-reaching plan to reduce U.S. carbon emissions. Chairing the hearing, Energy Subcommittee Chairman Cynthia Lummis (R-Wyo.) made the following statement.Chairman Lummis: “Today, we examine one of the most sweeping regulatory proposals in America’s history. The EPA is continuing its regulation rampage, attempting to take control of our nation’s electric system without any legal or scientific justification.“The EPA’s “Clean Power Plan” reaches well beyond just the regulation of power plants. The EPA wants to control the entire system, right down to the amount of electricity Americans use in their homes.
URL: http://www.teapartynation.com/profiles/blog/show?id=3355873%3ABlogPost%3A2895763&xgs=1&xg_source=msg_share_post - 51KB - 04 Aug 2014
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- 125. EU emissions up: US emissions down | Roger Helmer MEP
We’ve become so inured to the Brussels story that the USA is the Great Polluter (although it’s now #2 to China in absolute terms), and to the idea that the EU is the good guy on CO2 emissions, that it comes as a shock to challenge it. Isn’t it the EU which goes to Cancun and Copenhagen and Rio and pleads for firmer climate action, while the bad guys like the USA, China and India drag their feet? Isn’t it the EU which has passed vast and wasteful laws closing down coal-fired power stations, setting up cumbersome Emissions Trading Schemes, and mandating renewables? Isn’t it a prominent EU member-state — the UK — which has gone a step further, and passed a law requiring emissions reductions of 80% by 2050?
URL: http://rogerhelmermep.wordpress.com/2012/07/08/eu-emissions-up-us-emissions-down/ - 58KB - 09 Jul 2012
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- 126. Nuclear power stations could be built by Chinese after Centrica pulls out of deal to build...
The company, which owns British Gas, will not take part because building reactors at sites like Sizewell in Suffolk (pictured) will be too expensive and take too long.
URL: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2273238/Nuclear-power-stations-built-Chinese-Centrica-pulls-deal-build-reactors.html - 208KB - 05 Feb 2013
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- 127. What does the Queen think about wind farms? – Telegraph Blogs
Many of us have our suspicions, obviously. Some of us think it's exceedingly likely that in her private apartments at Buckingham Palace – and quite possibly in the games room at Balmoral too – she keeps a dart board with pictures of wind farms on it. And that she has vowed never ever ever to give Sir Reginald Sheffield Bt an Order of Merit so long as she lives, on account of how much she despises him for the fat, rent-seeking fortune he is making from the wind turbines on his estates. And that were civil war ever to break out over global warming, she would certainly act as figurehead for the Realist side led by Generals Booker, Monckton and Delingpole rather than the unwashed rabble of shrieking alarmists led by the puritanical General Porritt, the grim Leveller Monbiot and the Ranter Ward.
URL: http://blogs.telegraph.co.uk/news/jamesdelingpole/100135344/what-does-the-queen-think-about-wind-farms/ - 59KB - 19 Feb 2012
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- 128. EU membership costs Britain 500,000 jobs - The Commentator
When you do the maths, the scandalous cost in lost British jobs caused by the terms of our membership of the EU puts europhile scare stories to shame.Previously we looked at the main ways which cause us to lose jobs as a result of belonging to the EU on current membership terms. Now, I want to come up with a prudent estimate of just how many jobs being in the EU costs us.The main cause of job loss is in manufacturing. Dear energy has led to the closure of petrochemical plants, aluminium smelting, steel and other heavy energy using capacity.It has meant we do not even produce all our own power, importing some from France via the interconnector. If we had US levels of energy prices on the back of more domestic production of oil, gas and shale gas and German style coal fired power stations, we could have 15 percent more jobs in manufacturing or around 450,000 extra jobs.We would also have more jobs in energy. That could be around 10 percent more, or 50,000 extra jobs.
URL: http://www.thecommentator.com/article/4845/eu_membership_costs_britain_500_000_jobs - 30KB - 29 Mar 2014
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