Category Archives: energy

Working With The Sun

When I tell people that I use the sun’s energy directly to run my office modem, router, WiFi, various hubs, storage drive, three laptops, a Linux box and four monitors, they often comment that they wish it was affordable for … Continue reading

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Changing our Views with the Wind

I caught an article yesterday that finds a correlation between Americans’ opinions on climate change and the weather that they experience. It seems that we express more concern in years that are much warmer or much colder than normal according … Continue reading

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What’s a Martguerita Glass Have To Do With Gas Prices?

Strangely with oil prices rising once again there’s been a resurgence of articles claiming that Peak Oil Theory is both a theory and is false. One recent article (¹) went as far as to base the claim of Peak Oil … Continue reading

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Dr. Albert Bartlett on Arithmetic, Population and Energy

Dr. Albert A. Bartlett – Professor Emeritus Department of Physics University of Colorado at Boulder “The Greatest Shortcoming of the Human Race is our Inability to Understand the Exponential Function” He starts of the lesson with the rule of 70 … Continue reading

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Agriculture and Energy in a Global Warming Forecast

A high-level overview of Global Warming research and an extrapolation of what it means to water production, energy production and agriculture. We take a high-level look at the social and investment implications of major global trends. Continue reading

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What’s a Martguerita Glass Have To Do With Gas Prices?

Strangely with oil prices rising once again there’s been a resurgence of articles claiming that Peak Oil Theory is both a theory and is false. One recent article (¹) went as far as to base the claim of Peak Oil … Continue reading

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Mounting Risks of a Spike in Oil Prices

In Nigeria a four-day national strike has caused chaos around the country, and threatens to disrupt oil exports.  This event is poorly timed for consumers, as tensions continue to mount in Iran.  The probability of a sudden spike in oil … Continue reading

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