Thursday, June 16, 2011

What the U.S. power industry thinks about the future of the U.S. power industry | Grist
Coal will remain part of the future energy mix.
Natural gas overtakes wind, solar and nuclear as the top "Environmentally Friendly Technology."
$7.1bn discount for big polluters
A green group has released analysis that suggests exemptions for big polluters under the renewable energy target (RET) will cost households and businesses $7.1 billion by 2030.
THE HOCKEY SCHTICK: Dr. Nicola Scafetta: "there is little hope that...climate models correctly interpret climate change"
Dr. Nicola Scafetta, author of several peer-reviewed papers explaining the effects of solar activity on Earth's climate, comments on the paper the warmist media is referencing to attempt to dismiss the significance of the Sun on climate. Dr. Scafetta notes that the computer models of this paper and indeed most of climate science are programmed on the basis of false premises, stating, "there is little hope that the traditional climate models correctly interpret climate change and nothing concerning the real climate can be inferred from them because from a false premise everything can be concluded."

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