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  • Can NASA Launch Humans to Mars Under A Crashing Green Agenda?

    Can NASA Launch Humans to Mars Under A Crashing Green Agenda?

     May 19, 2021 ·   · 2 reactions

    Donald Trump’s popular and bold vision of returning to manned exploration of the Moon and, from there, voyaging to Mars, implemented as Project Artemis, has so far survived the change of administrations. But the two projects—one which celebrates the human mind and its ability to discover physical and universal truths at the frontiers of science, the other based on a vicious anti-human myth—are hardly capable of co-existence. Hence, my image from the last article of Biden manically shooting rockets into space which are tethered to the earth. So ensconced are the Luddites that Biden/Harris established a brand new position in NASA, that of Senior Climate Advisor. It is led by the fanatical climate modeler, Dr. Gavin Schmidt. Schmidt is also current director of the Goddard Institute for Space Studies, having occupied that position under Obama while playing a key role in Obama’s radical environmentalist agenda.

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  • Why Green Energy = Population Reduction

    Why Green Energy = Population Reduction

     May 13, 2021 ·   · 1 reaction

    Some are admitting the physical economic realities of an attempted global transition to "green energy," but will they admit the consequences of those realities, and motivations behind them?

    Brian Lantz recently pointed me to a new report from the International Energy Agency, "The Role of Critical Minerals in Clean Energy Transitions."  This report shows that a global adherence to the "green energy" objectives being called for by Joe Biden, John Kerry, the Climate Paris Climate Accord, the World Economic Forum, etc. would require mining and production of key minerals at rates far beyond present global capacities (according to the required levels of wind, solar, electric vehicles, and battery storage). 

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  • Incompetent Biden Attempts to Launch Rockets—Tethered to Earth—Into Space

    Incompetent Biden Attempts to Launch Rockets—Tethered to Earth—Into Space

     May 02, 2021 ·   · 3 reactions

    NASA recently issued a release titled, “Biden-Harris Administration Shows Strong Support for NASA in the First 100 days” According to the release,“In the first 100 days of the Biden-Harris administration, NASA has taken bold steps to expand America’s exploration and scientific frontiers advancing the nation’s commitment to build back better through innovation, combat climate change, reestablish America’s standing abroad, and inspire the next generation.”

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  • DARPA announces nuclear rocket by 2025!

    DARPA announces nuclear rocket by 2025!

     April 21, 2021 ·   · 1 reaction

    50 years behind schedule (better late than never) the United States is finally planning on putting a nuclear rocket in space. When paired with Trump's Artemis mission and the industrial development of the Moon, this represents the opening of a new era in the space age—the expansion of a new infrastructure "platform" integrating the physical-economic spacetime of the Earth-Moon system. 

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  • A Wright Brothers Moment of Great Ingenuity Flying On Mars

    A Wright Brothers Moment of Great Ingenuity Flying On Mars

     April 20, 2021 ·   · 1 reaction

    With Ingenuity and Perseverance we can overcome all obstacles and reach new heights of discovery. Now 117 years after the Wright brothers succeeded in making the first powered flight on Earth, this week the Ingenuity Mars helicopter became the first to achieve powered flight on Mars. The airfield on Mars that Ingenuity launched its autonomous flight from has been named the Wright brothers field, "named in recognition of the ingenuity and innovation that continues to propel exploration." (Thomas Zurbuchen, Associate Administrator, NASA Science Mission Directorate)

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  • Does Senator Bill Nelson Have The Passion to Lead NASA?

    Does Senator Bill Nelson Have The Passion to Lead NASA?

     March 30, 2021 ·   · 1 reaction

    Joe Biden has nominated former Senator Bill Nelson to replace Jim Bridenstine as NASA Administrator. This appointment is mission critical for our country; it should be scrutinized by patriots with that in mind.  At 78 years old, Nelson has decades of experience working with NASA, while Bridenstine was the youngest administrator ever to lead our space program.  

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  • Cap and Trade: Blue States Financialize Nature for Plunder

    Cap and Trade: Blue States Financialize Nature for Plunder

     March 29, 2021 ·   · 1 reaction

    Several years ago, in Vancouver, British Columbia, I met a petroleum engineer who was a manager of a Liquid Natural Gas plant. British Columbia having maybe more environmentalists per capita than anywhere else on the globe, I asked him how many people in the BC government and the environmentalist movement believed that lowering the carbon footprint would solve climate change? He said, “I know of no one who does. There may be some who believe in it, but that is rare.”

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  • A "Builders Party" Could Fix the West's Exceptional Drought

    A "Builders Party" Could Fix the West's Exceptional Drought

     March 13, 2021 ·   · 2 reactions

    The western water crisis has returned with a vengeance over the last three months, shattering "exceptional drought" records for the western states (going back to the formation of the U.S. Drought Monitor in 1999). 20% of the American west has reached the most severe U.S. Drought Monitor level, “exceptional drought,” with 75% in some level of drought, and growing discussion of a “megadrought.”

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  • Building a Platform on Mars, An Update on Perseverance

    Building a Platform on Mars, An Update on Perseverance

     March 06, 2021 ·   · 1 reaction

    Kesha Rogers reports on the Mars Perseverance Rover following a NASA press conference on the first accomplishments of the Perseverance Rover. In her report Kesha highlights the thousands of images Perseverance has captured, Perseverance's first drive on Mars, the successful deployments of the Mars wind sensors, MEDA for weather reports, and the fascinating cameras mounted on the arm of Perseverance, and the spectrometers and lasers to search for possible signs of past microbial life.

  • Don't Fear Climate Change, Master the Laws of the Universe!

    Don't Fear Climate Change, Master the Laws of the Universe!

     February 26, 2021 ·   · 1 reaction

    What happened in Texas? Yes, there were the frozen windmills and snowed over solar panels. And the global warming cultists are re-emerging, with Biden's climate envoy, John Kerry, telling you "we have nine years left" to make amends to the climate gods for our carbon sins.

    But, how many understand that deregulation was just as culpable for the crisis? Texas electricity was deregulated in 1999, and the scheme was to break up the utility companies by utilizing "market efficiencies" to drive down costs and increase profits. This was the Enron model, and it was supported by Republicans and Democrats at the time—and fought against by Lyndon LaRouche and his movement.

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