Possible to Re-connectOriginally uploaded by shaapay First, a special thanks to shaapay (from Flickr) for letting me use his great photo. I find it interesting that this week there are several environmental “problems” occurring at the same time. Global Warming advocates couldn’t ask for a better set of circumstances this week. As noted in my… Read More

In his article, Stu Ostro seems to suggest that the remaining hurricane season will present numerous storms. The problem is his “evidence” is anecdotal by his own admission. His charts or pictures or diagrams or whatever are quite telling. He suggests that 2008 looks very much like 2005 (which created Katrina and Rita). However, anyone… Read More

I really think this guy has something good to contribute to the energy discussions. For and Okie, he’s pretty intelligent. This guy also uses his money for educatin, as most of the OSU campus has his name on it. I wouldn’t be surprised if he ran for president.… Read More

This blogger correctly mentions that Christianity does away with notions of animism. Unfortunately they fail to mention the arguments that have been brought against the views of Lynn White Jr. In addition, they seem to be submitting a view of the earth which goes beyond the usual limits of general revelation, and goes so far… Read More

A group called the National Council of Churches of Christ as a part of their Eco-Justice program advocates church buildings being built to “green” specifications. One important element in their argument is that this would save the local congregation great amounts of cash each month (and year) which could be spent on other ministries. I… Read More

Are you taking a vacation? If you are, do you plan to make it as “green” as possible? I went to visit my parents in Alabama. I did hypermile while driving. But that’s not saving much energy. It’s a good thing I’m not Catholic, or else I’d have been disobeying the pope. See his statement… Read More

I was very surprised to find out that the type of fuel which I can buy is mandated by my county. In effect, my county determines whether or not my car can run at it’s maximum efficiency. To be fair, this is done for the purpose of emissions. However, it seems counter productive to restrict… Read More

No, I don’t drive a Prius, though I wish I did… My Accord works just fine. At the request of my brother Matthew, I will describe my recent hypermiling endeavors. I learned about hypermiling in mid June, and tried it out immediately on a drive down to Waco (about 100mi from me). I was amazed… Read More