Author Archives: Steve Maley

Update on the Nation’s Energy Supply

A quick update on a post from a year and a half ago entitled ‘We have more oil and natural gas than anyone thought possible even 5 years ago.’ These numbers are compiled by the Energy Information Administration, the data-aggregation arm … Continue reading

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Anti-fracking protesters in urgent plea – for GAS! #rsrh

A [U.K.] group protesting against fracking for shale gas at Barton Moss have been left a little red-faced after making an urgent appeal – for gas. The camp’s supply ran out Sunday morning and they tweeted from their account @BartonMoss … Continue reading

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Methane: The Irrelevant Greenhouse Gas

Originally posted on Watts Up With That?:
Water vapor has already absorbed the very same infrared radiation that Methane might have absorbed. Guest essay by Dr. Tom Sheahen Q: I read that methane is an even worse greenhouse gas than…

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Cummings to Issa: ‘What are you hiding, Mr. Chairman?’

“I am a Member of the Congress of the United States of America!” That was on March 5. Now we know what *you* were hiding, Mr. Ranking Member.

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OMG! #Fracking chemicals? #rsrh

No, #shampooing chemicals.  

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How Green is RedState?

First, a story from The Guardian: Social media explosion powered by dirty energy, report warns … Amazon Web Services, which provides a cloud platform for Netflix, Tumblr and Pinterest, was singled out for being secretive about its energy use, and … Continue reading

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Middendorf’s. Mmmmiddendorf’s.

Famous seafood restaurant at Pass Manchac, LA. Known for thin fried catfish (foreground).

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Happy Mardi Gras, y’all! #rsrh

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Renewable Energy in Decline

Originally posted on Watts Up With That?:
By Steve Goreham Originally published in Communities Digital News. The global energy outlook has changed radically in just six years. President Obama was elected in 2008 by voters who believed we were running…

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Study Credits Volcanoes (and Other Stuff) for Saving Us From Climate Hell

An article in Monday’s Guardian (UK) would seem to vindicate those of us in the climate skeptic (sceptic?) community who have suspected that computer models of climate processes were overly focused on the warming influence of carbon dioxide. As it … Continue reading

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