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Something Old, Something New

Looking back to weigh coal’s cost/benefit profile Steven Skye, Neversink Valley Museum of History and Innovation A mine wresting rare-earth minerals from the ground is not the image we have of the ‘renewable energy’ industry of solar panels and wind … Continue reading

01. March 2014 by Jason Hayes
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They’re almost ready to admit it

This post on MotherJones.com represents a huge step forward for a least a small portion of the green industry. Apparently there are a few out there who are ready to admit that all forms of energy use, development, and human … Continue reading

21. November 2011 by Jason Hayes
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