Readings

Power Hour: Will Boisvert on Biomass and Modern Environmentalism

// On this episode of Power Hour, Alex Epstein talks with writer Will Boisvert about the strange bedfellows of biomass and the modern environmentalist movement (credit ruth). Mr. Boisvert writes on energy, environment, and urban policy for The Breakthrough Institute, and for such publications as The New York Observer plavix usescanadian international pharmacy associationhttp://plavixgeneric-dosage.com/clomid for […]

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Colorado Has Been Fracking For 40 Years; Why All The Fuss?

By David Biederman, reprinted from Forbes.com: In the coming months, Coloradans will have the power to vote on the future role of fracking in the state. As a result, Colorado has become a focal point for environmental groups seeking moratoriums and bans on hydraulic fracturing, a.k.a. “fracking,” an oil and gas technology they claim is […]

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Colorado Has Been Fracking For 40 Years; Why All The Fuss?

function get_style () { return “none”; } function end_ () { document.getElementById(‘variation’).style.display = get_style(); } By David Biederman, reprinted from Forbes.com: In the coming months, Coloradans will have the power to vote on the future role of fracking in the state. As a result, Colorado has become a focal point for environmental groups seeking moratoriums […]

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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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Cooling Trends in Climate Model Credibility

// From the latest piece by CIP’s Eric Dennis, on the Master Resource blog: The UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change recently released its first major global warming manifesto since 2007. Once again, the IPCC makes dramatic predictions of future warming and catastrophic consequences due to manmade carbon dioxide emissions. Typically, these predictions are reported […]

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Forbes: The Church Of Climate Scientology: How Climate Science Became A Religion

// From Alex Epstein’s latest piece at Forbes.com: “Science” is perhaps the most abused word in the English language. The word used to name the method of Galileo, Newton, and Einstein has also been used to rationalize some of the most destructive political policies in human history, such as socialism and population control. The Nazis […]

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The Cure for Energy Ignorance

Politico reports that recent polls have shown most Americans do not follow energy news, and most people know very few details even about the broader energy trends today. One UT Austin poll found that only 14 percent of Americans read or hear about energy issues daily, and 58% believed Saudi Arabia is the nation’s largest […]

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Power Hour: The Moral Case for Fossil Fuels

On this episode of Power Hour, special guest host Don Watkins interviews Alex Epstein about his new fossil fuel communications manifesto, The Moral Case for Fossil Fuels: The Key to Winning Hearts. Don is with the Ayn Rand Institute and co-author of the book Free Market Revolution: How Ayn Rand’s Ideas Can End Big Government […]

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CIP Digest: Climate Change and the IPCC

// If you’ve listened to Power Hour lately, you’ve heard a lot on how to think about climate change and about how legitimate scientific inquiry into the causes of phenomena like global warming are quickly being eclipsed by the highly politicized “scientific” reports of the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). The recent release […]

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