12.14.2023

My Oppenheimer Reminiscences – William Happer

Julius Robert Oppenheimer is once more in the news, thanks to the highly publicized film “Oppenheimer.” As a physics graduate student at Princeton University in the early 1960s, I had occasional interactions with Oppenheimer, who was then the director of the Institute for Advanced Study. He was not very friendly to students at this stage… Continue Reading
11.26.2023

Wyoming Governor Backs Down from CO2 Showdown

Wyoming Governor Backs Down from CO2 Showdown by Gregory Wrightstone    11/12/23 Wyoming Governor Mark Gordon was standing tall in the saddle when he accepted an invitation to debate publicly his so-called carbon-negative policy in a state heavily engaged in the production of fossil fuels. However, he ultimately backed down. As reported by the Cowboy State… Continue Reading
8.11.2023

Hawaiian Fires: Fueled by Invasive Grasses, a Wet Spring and Human Ignition Sources

By James Steele The Maui fire would have devastated Lahaina in a colder or warmer climate. It would have devastated Lahaina in high or low CO2 concentrations. The key is managing the dead grasses that become flammable in just hours. Climate change was irrelevant. Declaring a climate emergency to reduce fossil fuels is a useless… Continue Reading
7.4.2023

Don’t Get The Idea That Internet Censorship Is Diminishing

From Francis Menton, CO2 Coalition member and editor/publisher of the Manhattan Contrarian and excerpted from his July 3, 2022 blog post. Greg Wrightstone, Executive Director of the CO2 Coalition, sends along some truly shocking information about ongoing big tech censorship of the climate debate. Things may have improved at Twitter over the past few months,… Continue Reading
6.8.2023

Mexico and South America Must Tap Fossil Fuels to Fight Poverty

Despite intense news coverage of issues surrounding the U.S. southern border, it is rare to see headlines about the energy policy of Mexico and the rest of Latin America. Nonetheless, much as in other regions, energy is a major concern inextricably tied to economic well-being. Poverty remains pervasive in Mexico and various countries to its… Continue Reading
6.8.2023

“Green” Energy Threatens South Korea’s Economy

Ranked 12th in per capita energy consumption in 2021, South Korea uses more than three times the global average. The country’s industrial sector accounts for 40 percent of total energy consumption. Particularly energy-intensive are large industrial cities such as Ulsan and Gwangyang, which is home to what claims to be the world’s largest steel manufacturing… Continue Reading

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