An Epic Deluge

by James R. Campbell Written on August 29, 2017 Huricane Harvey made landfall on the Texas gulf coast early on the morning of August 26, 2017. The storm was a category four, with wind speeds near one hundred thirty miles an hour. Those wind speeds are capable of a great deal of damage to anything…

Drop in Sea Level in the Past Two Years

Climate change science has been subject to questions and criticism despite the heavy reiteration of the believers in global warming-climate change advocates. A recent news has again grabbed attention as it claims NASA’s data shows fall in average global sea level over the past two years. Mac Slavo’s article NASA Confirms Falling Sea Levels For…

Let’s Dive Deep Into Renewable Energy!

by Daniel Bell If you’re one of our readers, we’re sure you already know quite a lot about renewable energy. Hopefully, you’re using it in your homes to power your appliances, your lights and anything else in the property. But do you know how it works? Well, let’s find out. Wind Energy If you have…

Electric Power Companies and the Law

by Gordon Jeremiah Berry Today technology has made production very cost effective for certain industries, and electricity is one of them. Every electric company has a power grid. This is a network of generators, cables, distribution transformers, and transmission equipment used to bring electricity from one place to another. Each of these items are connected…

Trash Detail

by James R. Campbell Yesterday, my aunt came home from her daycare job and found me pulling weeds out of the flower bed. It was trash day. I have always looked forward to getting the trash out of the house. “You can start loading the SUV!” Dear exclaimed. I walked inside and began gathering up…

Global Warming or Global Exaggeration?

by Bob Branco Is the Earth getting warmer? If you listen to activists who think they can solve this alleged problem, you would think that the world is about to come to an end. Supposedly, glaciers are melting. The oceans are about ready to wash away coastlines, and many animals are supposedly becoming extinct. The…