Month: September 2020

Climate Change, ‘Green’ energy, and the ‘Green’ New Deal

Climate Change, ‘Green’ energy, and the ‘Green’ New Deal

Climate change is contentious. It shouldn’t be, because it’s happening. And if we’re to have any scientific ethos and credibility whatsoever (us at this website and the general public) we’re going to need to brush off our 7th-grade chemistry and accept that. What we don’t need to accept, however, is a ‘Green New Deal’ in…

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Income Inequality: Myths and Reality

Income Inequality: Myths and Reality

The World is Getting Better Even as we stare down the maw of a global pandemic, societal unrest, unmitigated natural disasters, and tensions between global superpowers the stats don’t lie. We’re living in the least violent and most prosperous time in human history. This, however, bespeaks a mistake in the way we think about the…

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