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By: ronnm, 4:59 PM GMT on June 14, 2016
Bankruptcy proceedings have certain unique features to them. One is a exposure of the previously kept under wraps things the company has been doing. In the Enron bankruptcy, we found conclusive evidence the company had been conspiring to manipulate the energy market in California to produce a lack of electricity by appearance,(blamed on environmentalism), but by act, producing a artificial condition of scarcity which resulted in the most dollar possible for killowat...
By: ronnm, 7:41 PM GMT on March 15, 2016
This from the Grapevine a magazine in Iceland.
" A chain reaction caused and driven by climate change has made an Icelandic town take a significant rise in elevation in less than 20 years.
Höfn í Hornafirði is a town of some 2,200 people in southeast Iceland, resting on a thin spit of earth under the shadow of Vatnajökull, Europe’s largest glacier. RÚV reports that climate change has had a number of effects on the region, not least of all on t...
By: ronnm, 10:29 PM GMT on November 09, 2015
I composed this blog from a site I frequent in India. I have reproduced it here, with some minor additions, for the consideration of American audiences….
Thanks very much for reading this blog. I am no writer of any skill or means and thus first apologize for any items which are not written to the standards normally found on this site.
I just came from a international news site, the Huffington Post, which posted a item on some millions being ...
By: ronnm, 6:00 PM GMT on July 13, 2014
In New Mexico back in the early 1990's we had one local climatologist(who passed away soon after), who stated we were to enter into a 50 year drought, by his calculations. Most including myself scoffed at such a notion, as the preceding decade had seen some of the wettest in history in the Southwest.
Well by some calculations now we are indeed in a period of alternating cycles which predispose to drought since his prediction. The individual years may vary...
Updated: 7:33 PM GMT on July 13, 2014
By: ronnm, 9:18 PM GMT on June 18, 2014
The preponderance of AGW scientific evidence is quite obvious and undeniable. The question now becomes why the inaction.
I will background a bit for qualification. I was one of those at a early age rejected by academia. I found myself totally unable to memorize materials and then regurgitate it to provide a grade. It was not that I could not do so but found myself unable to do so.
As such I barely finished high school and made a couple of quick stabs...
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