Not a lot of my readers will know that I’m quite active on twitter, despite my near silence on this blog due to a project I’m working on. I often engage other users on twitter, share interesting news, and give my own perspective on events. Well, as far as that is possible within 140 characters.
I like engaging other users on twitter, it helps with getting a feel for what is being said on subjects and why some are saying it. So it’s not strange that because of this I have exchanges with more known users. As long as everyone is respectful to each other this can be an absolute joy.
And this is where James Delingpole comes into the picture.
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Using less energy, and generating with renewables, is easier, cheaper, and more effective than a lot of opponents would like you to think. Greenman3610 has released another excellent video on the subject: Watch this video on YouTube
The Greened House Effect is an online show about how to slash you energy use by 50 to 90 percent by doing a complete retrofit your house. In the current show the host, Jeff Wilson, shows how recycled rubber faux slate roofing adds charm to his 1940 Cape Cod home. Next, a white membrane roof is added to the rear dormer…
Lee made the extraordinary claim that a green energy company had sent a fake bomb to a professor who is critical on the industry. When I followed up on the mentioned source it turned out the situation wasn’t as clear cut as he represented it in his video. Watch this video on YouTube And this isn’t exactly the first time…