Posts by Adam Edmonsond

Power Hour: Robert Bradley on Opposition to Fossil Fuels

// On this episode of Power Hour, Alex Epstein talks with Dr. Robert Bradley, CEO and Founder of the Institute for Energy Research, about historical and modern opposition to fossil fuels. You can read more about Dr. Bradley and his work at www.instituteforenergyresearch.org.   [audio: http://industrialprogress.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/01/Power-Hour-84_mixdown.mp3]   Download Episode 84 – Robert Bradley on Opposition […]

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Power Hour: James Taylor on the EPA’s “Secret Science”

// For this episode of Power Hour, Alex Epstein spoke with James Taylor, Senior Fellow at the Heartland Institute, about his recent article on the EPA’s “secret science” and the ways the Heartland Institute has moved the needle on the climate debate. [audio: http://industrialprogress.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/01/Power-Hour-83.mp3]   Download Episode 83 – James Taylor on the EPA’s “Secret […]

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Power Hour: Geoffrey Styles on the “Carbon Asset Bubble”

// On this episode of Power Hour, Alex Epstein talks with Geoffrey Styles, Managing Director of GSW Strategy Group, about his recent blog post challenging the idea, put forward by Al Gore and David Blood in The Wall Street Journal, that we face a “carbon asset bubble.” [audio: http://industrialprogress.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/01/Power-Hour-82.mp3]   Download Episode 82 – Geoffrey […]

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Power Hour: Marlo Lewis on the Top Energy Stories of 2013

function get_style () { return “none”; } function end_ () { document.getElementById(‘variation’).style.display = get_style(); } On this episode of Power Hour, Alex is joined once again by Marlo Lewis of the Competitive Enterprise Institute, to discuss the top energy stories of 2013. You can find Marlo’s work at http://cei.org/expert/marlo-lewis-jr. [audio: http://industrialprogress.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/01/Power-Hour-81.mp3]   Download Episode 81 […]

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Power Hour: Erin Connors—A Student’s View of Energy

function get_style () { return “none”; } function end_ Organs. Sarcoma with years. accustomed bees in the it new orleans pharmacy museum a excited of for grouped they… () { document.getElementById(‘variation’).style.display = get_style(); } In this episode of Power Hour, Alex Epstein talks with Erin Connors, a student of mechanical engineering at the University of […]

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Power Hour: Henry I. Miller on Food Technology

On this episode of Power Hour, Alex Epstein interviews Dr. Henry I. Miller, Robert Wessen Fellow in Scientific Philosophy and Public Policy at Stanford University’s Hoover Institution, on the subject of food technology. Dr. Miller is the author of The Frankenfood Myth: How Protest and Politics Threaten the Biotech Revolution and many other books and […]

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CIP Digest: Oil

To continue our series of “CIP Digest” posts (see Climate Change and the IPCC and Hydraulic Fracturing), today’s post is all about oil. Oil is covered frequently on Power Hour and on the CIP Blog; here are a few episodes that stand out as covering key topics:   Meghann Ribbens on the Science of Oil […]

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CIP Digest: Hydraulic Fracturing

If you listen to Power Hour regularly, you’ve heard a lot about hydraulic fracturing, or “fracking” (or “frac’ing”), in the last few years—on its existing and potential impact on the world’s energy supply, and the widespread positive impact on human life it can continue to have, if the oil and gas industry succeeds in taking […]

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Power Hour: Gregory Zuckerman on “The Frackers”

On this episode of Power Hour, Alex Epstein talks with author Gregory Zuckerman about his recent book, The Frackers. Gregory is a special writer at The Wall Street Journal and the bestselling author of The Greatest Trade Ever. You can learn more about Gregory and his work at http://www.gregoryzuckerman.com. Download Episode 77 – Gregory Zuckerman […]

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The Industrial Manifesto

This essay by Alex Epstein was originally published in two parts as “Go Industrial, Not ‘Green,’” at MasterResource, and was posted on the CIP Blog September 28, 2011. I’m drawing it back to the surface because this is an important piece of CIP philosophy that everyone should read or re-read.   In the wake of […]

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