Category Archives: carbon
Turns out some stimulus jobs were actually more shovel ready than we thought. Solyndra, a solar energy company with half a billion in federal funding, was one of several to assume room temperature this week.
Just as people were warming up to nuclear power again, along comes an 8.9 (update: 9.0).
Fearing another Chernobyl, Congressman Ed Markey wants to take this opportunity to suspend the licensing of new reactors here. William Tucker, in the WSJ, says he’s over-reacting.
How do you lose 200 million gallons of oil? Apparently Mother Nature cleaned it up. Maybe she’ll sell it on the spot market.
Fredrich Hayek’s 1944 classic Road to Serfdom has become a best seller again. He said that governments tend to plan production for political, rather than market, purposes. Government owned GM’s new Volt costs $41,000, runs on a battery, and gets 40 miles per charge.