Renewable energy ‘simply WON’T WORK’: Top Google engineers

Wind­mills, solar, tidal — all a ‘false hope’, say Stan­ford PhDs

Two highly qual­i­fied Google engi­neers who have spent years study­ing and try­ing to improve renew­able energy tech­nol­ogy have stated quite bluntly that renew­ables will never per­mit the human race to cut CO2 emis­sions to the lev­els demanded by cli­mate activists. What­ever the future holds, it is not a renewables-powered civil­i­sa­tion: such a thing is impossible.

David Fork, PhD

David Fork, PhD


Ross Koningstein, PhD

Ross Kon­ing­stein, PhD

Both men are Stan­ford PhDs, Ross Kon­ing­stein hav­ing trained in aero­space engi­neer­ing and David Fork in applied physics. These aren’t guys who fid­dle about with web­sites or data ana­lyt­ics or “tech­nol­ogy” of that sort: they are real engi­neers who under­stand dif­fi­cult maths and physics, and top-bracket even among that dis­tin­guished com­pany. The duo were employed at Google on the RE<C project, which sought to enhance renew­able tech­nol­ogy to the point where it could pro­duce energy more cheaply than coal. [Con­tinue reading]

Population Control via Water Control

Dr. Kate Vandemoer

Dr. Kate Vandemoer

Dr. Kate Van­de­moer out­lines the Fed­eral grab for con­trol of water out West.

One does not need to achieve a very high level of edu­ca­tion to real­ize that water is the bio­log­i­cal basis for all of mankind, and our most valu­able and nec­es­sary resource. In fact, very few peo­ple read­ing this would sur­vive more than a hand­ful of days with­out ade­quate water. Sim­ply put, water is life.

As with any com­mod­ity of lim­ited sup­ply, cor­po­ra­tions, king­pins and gov­ern­ments all maneu­ver into posi­tions of con­trol; often work­ing in con­cert to achieve a quasi-monopoly. Numer­ous exam­ples of this through­out his­tory can be revealed with the proper search terms. Out West, the Fed­eral Gov­ern­ment, the State of Mon­tana and the Native Amer­i­can tribes are work­ing to form just such a monop­oly; at the expense, of course, of the cit­i­zens of Mon­tana and sur­round­ing states. What would facil­i­tate this monop­oly? The CSKT Water Com­pact. [Con­tinue reading]

When the Time Comes We’ll Need to Step Up the Fight Against TPP’s Secret, Anti-User Agenda

If you missed our live teach-in yesterday on the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) agreement and its restrictive, anti-user provisions, you can still check out the video of our discussion. It's embedded below. We invited experts from digital rights … [Continue reading]

Plan Bay Area – A Shocking Theft Of Our Democracy

Our local media has been dropping broad, confusing hints about something big, something imminent, coming to the greater Bay Area.A front page article in the San Francisco Chronicle in March 2013, titled “Hard Choices for a growing S.F.” begins, … [Continue reading]

EPA regs to increase Vermonters’ gas and electric bills by $880

COST OF GOING GREEN: New carbon regulations from the EPA will cause Vermonters’ residential gas and electric bills to rise 36 percent over the next five years.

By 2020, the average annual household gas and electric bill in Vermont will increase by more than $880, thanks to the Obama administration’s proposal to regulate carbon dioxide emissions from U.S. power plants.A study released Thursday by … [Continue reading]

The Medusa System

Former Republican U.S.Senator from Tennessee, William E. Brock III

International Legal and Regulatory System is the MedusaSince Obama is going to make his big announcement tonight concerning his 10 Point Plan for Immigration reform, I thought I’d better find out precisely what the plan entails. I only needed to … [Continue reading]