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Friday, May 13, 2011


jim meidinger

Seems there are some environmenalists that "ain't happy unless nobody's happy", including themselves.

Donald Pay

Natural gas is a bridge fuel only, not a solution. Fracking has real problems. Groundwater and surface water contamination has destroyed water sources providing drinking water to communities. Communities that once supported natural gas development through fracking have turned against it, once their water source is destroyed. Sierra Club has opposed a nationwide ban on fracking, but is reconsidering due to problems that keep developing wherever fracking has occurred. You might want to read up a bit.

larry kurtz

Aberdeen is a long way from where damage from hydraulic fracturing affects local groundwater supplies. Being insulated from the facts must be so consoling to the redstaters who just don't care what happens after the profits have been made.

It's hardly surprising that the FSA is anti-environment. Its revolving door mission is subsidizing industrial agriculture sucking fossil water out of aquifers and polluting wetlands in its effort to satisfy the lobbyists so the Kochs and the Meidingers of the United Snakes can have legal but unethical sex with Congress.

larry kurtz

btw, Jim: interested party stats have revealed that your ip address has visited.

larry kurtz

Since Gingrich’s extra-marital love life is being acknowledged as “healthy,” revealing that Kristi Noem had an affair with Jim Meidinger should be no biggie, right?


I just get a kick out those on the left. They consistantly advocate the loss of their own freedom and prosperity, and then they bitch about it, and try to pretend it is everybody elses fault!



"extra-marital love life is being acknowledged as 'healthy'"

Well that all depends on what your definition of "is" is? Maybe you should ask St. Bill which definition he used.


I am delighted that there is such a thing as the "Swedish Skeptics Society."

larry kurtz

South central South Dakota sits over a geothermal sea:


Ken Blanchard

Miranda: I have long been skeptical about Swedes, so I am with you. I deleted that post as spam, because it was spam.

Ken Blanchard

Donald: you might want to read down a bit. Ron Bailey explains the groundwater issue in detail. Shale gas still looks better than any other viable source of energy. Without a viable source of energy, I would have to do without you.


Ken, I am beginning to think you pick topics just because you know Donald will go ballistic. Thanks for the entertainment.

Ken Blanchard

dugger: you're welcome.


This is serious and REAL and the US government has been working on it for 10 years.
Please take 15 min and explore the link provided

Andrea Rossi has given three demonstrations so far including with professors from Bologna University and the Swedish skeptics society and the Chairman of the Swedish Physics Union. This is an directory of Rossi efforts http://peswiki.com/index.php/Directory:Andrea_A._Rossi_Cold_Fusion_Generator. This is a link to the LENR site where detailed information about cold fusion efforts is available. www.lenr-canr.org/News... The US Naval Research lab has been working on this with positive results for over 10 years and has confirmed it existence. Yet the major scientific magazines refuse to touch this issue since it was purportedly discredited by some researchers and an institution that stood to lose 10s of millions in funding per year in hot fusion. Government funded hot fusion systems have never produced surplus energy after years of research billions invested.

Rossi has announced a 1MW Cold Fusion facility to be opened in Greece this Oct. Still top line periodicals have yet to publish even one article. This will change the economics of the world lifting many people out of poverty and it will also threaten many vested interests.

"..Ampenergo was founded by Karl Norwood, Richard Noceti, Robert Gentile and Craig Cassarino. It is important to note that Robert Gentile was the Assistant Secretary of Energy for Fossil Energy at the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) during the early 1990's. This helps confirm Rossi's claim that tests of the E-Cat have been observed by the U.S. Department of Defense and the DOE. It is very likely that at least certain individuals in the DOD and DOE are aware and interested in the Energy Catalyzer. However, their silence is deafening.

It is unknown if any military or secret government research is taking place, but there are unsubstantiated rumors floating around the internet of the US Navy using a nickel-hydrogen cold fusion reactor to power a submarine. Although the rumor is not likely to be true, if they have known about the technology for a couple of years, it is possible testing is taking place. Trillions of dollars go missing from the DOD budget on a regular basis, and the money is obviously being spent on something..."

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