February, 2015

Will building new homes save us?

Will building new homes save us?

In 2013, about 33% of the petroleum consumed by the United States was imported from foreign countries. While this was the lowest level since 1985, the U.S. still imported 9.9 million barrels per day of energy-related petroleum. This was done from nations universally recognized as unfriendly to the U.S. We import oil from Venezuela and […]

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Is the climate stable?

Is the climate stable?

We only see what we want to see. The answer depends on who you ask and how much they care. The question is best suited for scientists, especially of the climate variety. Yet, some will have you believe that scientists have an agenda: that they’re not really certain and that they can’t be trusted. We […]

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What if you knew how much energy you really used?

What if you knew how much energy you really used?

Ever wonder where all that uneaten food goes at the end of a meal? Or how much paper is printed only to go onto a pile at work? Or why the light is on in a room where no one is in it? In my lifetime, I will personally throw away about 600X my body […]

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