Today: 19.Jun.2021
John Shanahan

John Shanahan

Joseph Kerwin, Founder of Yoogli advanced search engine technology: Observations of the challenges facing the website: allaboutenergy.net. How do we get our message out to large numbers of people and key decision makers in industry and government?

Sebastian Luening, paleogeologist, editor of kaltesonne.de: FFF, Fridays For Future, heads meet with the woman who decides on the guidelines of politics in Germany, Chancellor Angela Merkel, - in a "system" that both actually reject and want to replace with something else. Perhaps the Chancellor will find out what FFF has in mind, apart from listening to science. As if science has infallibility like the Catholic religion.

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Jon Boone, environmentalist, naturalist, bird and nature artist, wind energy expert: Jon Boone is a self-made expert, life-long student, author and painter of nature - birds in particular - the follies of wind and solar energy, and most recently, the SarsCOV-2 virus. This article is an excellent synthesis of discovery about SarsCov-2 in the USA. There are two bitterly divided camps on how to manage health care for the virus and keep the economy going. This is an excellent summary by Jon Boone. For the other side see the Center for Disease Control and Dr. Fauci. As with so many things in North America and Europe now-a-days, there are two sides of the discussions: one is right, the other terribly wrong. You decide.

Kenneth Richard, author about man-made global warming for Principia Scientific and No Tricks Zone: Studies of the Earth's average temperature from North Pole to the Equator to the South Pole from around 1900 to 2020 suggests that there has be no significant change of this global average number. But alarmists have many believing that use of fossil fuels are causing catastrophic man-made global warming heading to an irreversible temperature tipping point. Even generally rational scientists claim that the world is heading toward a temperature tipping point that can only be avoided by drastic reduction in use of fossil fuels. Our modern world is threatened by bad decisions.