Marty Sieff exposes the the phantasies of "green" energy:
Understand this: the technology to store solar energy on a gigawatt (billion watts of power) scale does not yet exist. If you want it to, invent it. But to
imagine that it does exist is to indulge in science fiction.
The energy output of a single medium-size coal mine in Kentucky, Robert Bryce writes, is greater than the entire solar and wind energy output of the United
Needless to say, even if the paper were right, which I doubt, it has nothing to do with the climate science, climate, or even "global warming" or "climate change" which became shortcuts for the enhanced greenhouse effect (supplemented with tons of additional superstitions and bonus psychopathological delusions). It's a scientific porn of the cheapest value if someone tries to make his research look "relevant" by linking it to the climate science although there are no justifiable links of this kind.