Monthly Archives: August 2006

Can Government Be Trusted to Solve Energy Problems?

Editor’s Note: The following article was written by Patrick Barron and appeared in the Philadelphia Evening Bulletin on May 19. Pat is an economist who consults to the banking industry and is associated with the Graduate School of Banking at … Continue reading

Posted in Age of Oil, Economics, Energy Technology, Essays and Opinion | 8 Comments

U.S. Overnight “Lows” Increasing Rapidly

by Val Germann The evidence is mounting that something quite dramatic has been taking place in our atmosphere over just the last fifteen years. The latest brick tossed over the transom appeared earlier today in an AP article on THE … Continue reading

Posted in Climate Change, Melting Planet | 7 Comments

China’s Massive Air Pollution Crossing Pacific

by Val Germann Yes, indeed, it truly is “one world” these days as Far Eastern fossil fuel burning (and desertification caused by global warming) both reach toward heights once thought impossible. A recent article published on the NATIONAL EXAMINER website, … Continue reading

Posted in Desertification and Soil Loss, Pollution | 10 Comments

Bad News for Big Oil … Good News for Earth

By David L. Brown Well, you can bet that Big Oil isn’t going to like this bit of news. According to an article in the current issue of New Scientist magazine (subscription required), a team of researchers may have figured … Continue reading

Posted in Age of Oil, Energy Technology, Transportation | 13 Comments