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Thursday, February 25, 2021

The Green New Deal preview

 It happened in Texas.

In short, between Feb. 8 and Feb. 16 wind power plunged 93% while coal rose 47% and gas 450% according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA). What all this demonstrates, says the Journal, is that an electricity grid that depends on unreliable wind and solar needs baseload power, especially coal and nuclear power.  While natural gas is crucial it is not as reliable.

The mainstream media wanted to hear none of this. 

The Cult of Glow-bull Warming is the new religion, and the cult members are zealots.  I like to blow their minds out by reminding them that twenty thousand years ago, the middle of our country (Kansas to be specific) was under two miles of ice.  What caused all that ice to melt, hmmmmm?  Coal-fired electric plants?  SUVs?

If your state is planning on switching to wind power, tell them "NO!" in no uncertain terms.

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