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Want to stop misleading GMO labelling in Canada? Here is how. Continue reading
One of the most puzzling studies on the viability of providing global electricity from primarily wind and solar is Mark Z. Jacobson‘s and Mark A. Delucchi’s 2011 paper “Providing all global energy with wind, water, and solar power, Part I: … Continue reading
Minimum Requirements to supply global electricity by 2100 Assumptions: Population: 15,000,000,000 kWh/capita/year: 7,000 Wind Assumed Installation cost: $1M/1MW Spacing: 6x diameter Necessary installed generation capacity: 11,986,301,370kW Assumed Replacement Factor (Gross Unit Wind for Gross Unit Conventional): 25 (4%) Replacement Factor … Continue reading
Very good speech taking down the anti-GMO crowd.
In the tradition of Penn & Teller’s hilarious send-up of food activists signing a petition to ban water, the otherwise rather serious authors of the monthly Food Demand Survey sometimes try to have a little fun. While the bulk of … Continue reading
To say that I’m no expert on China is a grand understatement. To be honest, I have no clue about China at all, at least no more than your average white Canadian middle-class schmuck who thinks that nee-howing the hostess … Continue reading