Norman Rogers, Physicist. Contributor to American Thinker, Board Member: CO2 Coalition, National Association of Scholars, Policy Advisor: Heartland Institute, Member: American Geophysical Union, American Meteorological Society: What we have is an alliance among hysterical environmental groups, profit-making solar developers, and politicians eager to make important friends. The environmental groups need a stream of impending catastrophes for which they propose impracticable or crackpot solutions. That's how they excite interest and stay in business. The Sierra Club and other groups are against all energy sources except wind and solar and some niche energy sources.
David Lester, chemical engineer: It’s time for our state government to get real about our future electric power grid.
D.K., a German citizen, talks about what has happened with the German government, economy, schools and work force over the course of her life so far. Most of it is not good. It is important that other Germans also talked about these things and make changes.
Viv Forbes, Executive Director of the Saltbush Club which opposes the war on carbon energy, opposes real pollution, and promotes the rational and sustainable use of carbon energy and carbon food. Greens dream of a zero-emissions world without coal, oil and natural gas. They need to think what they wish for.