Have nothing to do with the [evil] things that people do, things that belong to the darkness. Instead, bring them out to the light... [For] when all things are brought out into the light, then their true nature is clearly revealed...

-Ephesians 5:11-13

Tag Archives: green

S&P Downgrades France’s Debt again, to Third Tier, Halfway to Junk

In its announcement that credit rating agency Standard and Poor’s (S&P) was cutting its rating on France’s debt for the second time in less than two years, the agency minced no words:

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“Stadium Wave” Phenomenon Defeats Climate-changers’ Claims

In its press release, Georgia Tech announced that stadium waves, similar to those seen and enjoyed by fans at football games, may provide a much better explanation for the “hiatus” or interruption in global temperature increases than those promoted elsewhere:

The stadium wave hypothesis provides a

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Chevron Charges Opposing Attorney with Greenmail in Landmark Lawsuit

After nearly 20 years of defending itself against charges that its drilling operations in the Amazon jungle in Ecuador caused all manner of environmental damage, pollution and disruption and dissolution of the cultures of the natives in the area, Chevron Corporation finally decided to go on the offensive. On Tuesday, October 22nd, Chevron, the eleventh largest corporation in Fortune magazine’s Global 500, sued Steven Donziger, the leading attorney in a series of lawsuits going back to 1993, for fraud and bribery used to

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Astounding Increases in US Oil Production Reported

This article was published at The McAlvany Intelligence Advisor on Wednesday, October 16th, 2013:

The advances in drilling and fracking technology coupled with the enormous untapped shale oil reserves are keeping the oil industry’s reporting agencies hopping, just trying to keep up with the gains in oil and natural gas production. For instance, the increase in US oil production in September was an amazing

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US oil output is up 25 percent from just one year ago

If the increase in US oil output continues to increase by 25% every year, as it did from September 2012 to September 2013, total US output would double every three years. It’s a simple case of mathematics, compound interest, and the Rule of 72.

The main thing working to keep that from happening is

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George Mitchell, the Father of Fracking, Dead at 94

With his determination and the ability to ignore naysayers, George Mitchell, the owner of a Fortune 500 company, Mitchell Energy & Development Company, poured himself and $6 million of his company’s money into the task of finding ways to access the natural gas he knew was underground of his property north of Houston, Texas. It took him more than 10 years to find those ways. Since 2000, his discoveries have changed the world and are responsible for

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Answers to Lies about Fracking

This article was first published at The McAlvany Intelligence Advisor on Monday, July 8th 2013:

Ronald Bailey, who has specialized in exposing myths in the field of biotechnology for years, took great joy in exposing some popular myths about fracking over at Reason magazine where he writes a weekly science and technology column.

Bailey is best known for his book “Global Warming and Other Eco Myths” which exploded some popular myths, such as:

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The President’s arrogance and ignorance is becoming more intolerable

Now he’s calling me a member of the “flat-earth society,” for which he doesn’t have time. His agenda of destruction is far too important to hear from or consider the opinions offered by people who disagree with it. He did, however, inadvertently say something intelligent about the effect his plans to solve “climate change” will have on the rest of us:

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Obama the green dictator

My good friend Bill Jasper at The New American has just written about the Economist‘s about-face on climate change. This change in attitude, as the Economist itself notes, is “a very big deal.”

But good friend Bill fails (I hesitate even to suggest a criticism of his position) to note that

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Left Coast car buyers still like IC engines, shunning EVs despite Obama and his greenies

This is quite extraordinary: new car buyers in Los Angeles still like cars with internal combustion engines, despite efforts to move them into electrics. Galpin Ford in Los Angeles is having its summer sale: 10,000 new cars in the next three months. When asked how many of them will be electrics, Beau Boeckmann (whose family ownes the dealership) estimates about

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Global Cooling, Not Global Warming, After All

This article first appeared at the McAlvany Intelligence Advisor:

 

Peter Ferrara’s long and persuasive article in Forbes magazine last weekend is another body blow to the global-warming meme promoted by so many for so long: that anthropogenic (human-caused) warming will doom us all unless something is done! That something, of course, always and forever involves

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The Bankruptcy of Better Place Served Its Purpose

This article first appeared in the McAlvany Intelligence Advisor newsletter:

 

The announcement of the bankruptcy of a tiny electric car company called Better Place barely created a ripple in financial circles. The Financial Times noted that while Better Place was once “hailed as a visionary pioneer,” it was now being relegated to history as

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Many of the articles on Light from the Right first appeared on either The New American or the McAlvany Intelligence Advisor.