Green Energy

The so-called environmentalist or Green movement is actually the biggest obstacle to a healthy human environment. For example, This movement has never supported a single practical source of energy–including CO2-free nuclear and hydroelectric–because its ideal is not human progress, but undeveloped wilderness.

Q & A on Green Blackout plus How to Handle Eco-Hecklers

Watch the  Q & A from Alex’s latest talk, “Green Blackout”, and see how he calmly handles eco-hecklers. Q&A Part 1: http://youtu.be/dnZ0jxzycT8 Q&A Part 2: http://youtu.be/Tqg6f0t7Iuk Q&A Part 3: http://youtu.be/SPcnJHCCVvM  

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The Green Blackout – Alex Epstein at UW-Stevens Point

From rolling blackouts to a decreasing standard of living, from increased famine to deadlier storms – a lack of dependable and cheap energy poses a greater risk to our civilization than the worst financial crises ever could. Alex Epstein explains how a green economy poses a threat to our safety and our way of life – […]

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Power Hour: “Capitalism and Our Environment” with Pierre Desrochers

On this month’s Power Hour, I interview Pierre Desrochers of the University of Toronto. Since later this month many people will be celebrating Earth Day, I wanted to expose listeners to one of the world’s leading researchers on the real, positive relationship between capitalism and our environment. Dr. Desrochers is a human encyclopedia on all […]

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Creator of FrackNation: “we have seen the devastation that occurs when development is halted”

Ann McElhinney is one of the gutsiest critics of anti-industrialists–self-proclaimed “environmentalists”–around. She is spearheading the upcoming documentary, FrackNation, which aims to educate the public about the incredible technology that is hydraulic fracturing (see our recent piece, “Fracing Amazing,” for more). The Objective Standard blog recently conducted an interview with McElhinney, which is well worth reading. Here’s […]

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Climatology Establishment Smears Scientific Critics

Responding to a recent Wall Street Journal op-ed by 16 scientists who reject global warming catastrophism (discussed here), 38 academic climatologists have offered their counterargument, which amounts to 1) disagreeing with the 16 scientists’ factual claims about the climate and 2) claiming that since most of the scientists are not climatologists, their claims are uninformed. Both […]

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The Global Warming Campaign Takes a Blow

The movement to convince the public of catastrophic global warming is fundamentally unscientific. Its leaders do not, as true scientists would, objectively study and relay the full evidence about what drives the climate, they fixate obsessively on CO2. They do not share how poorly understood climate drivers are; they act as if they can predict […]

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The Story of DDT

Think for a moment about the last time you had a bad case of the flu: the headaches, the chills, the vomiting, the congestion, the depressed mood, the inability to function normally for days. But imagine it felt 10 times worse, and lasted for months or years, robbing you of anything resembling a truly human […]

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Eric Dennis on “How Bad Science Becomes Common Knowledge”

My colleague Eric Dennis has written an eye-opening piece for MasterResource. It gives the best answer I’ve read yet to the question that everyone skeptical of catastrophic global warming should have an answer to: How is it possible for so many scientists and journalists to be very wrong about catastrophic global warming? Eric comes to […]

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Q&A: Fighting Green Indoctrination, The Story of Energy

This past Saturday, I answered questions about industrial progress for a community group in Orange County. I thought two questions in particular would be of interest to readers: How do you fight Green indoctrination, especially when directed at children? What is “The Story of Energy”?  

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Canada’s Minister of Natural Resources Condemns The Green Gauntlet

The most important story about the American economy is the one that gets the least attention. America has enormous, incalculable, untapped potential to revolutionize its economy through industrial progress–through far greater productivity in energy production, in manufacturing, in construction, in mining, in transportation. But our industrial progress is halted by a labyrinth of so-called “green” […]

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