Coal and natural gas are two of the fossil fuels frequently used for the generation of electricity, but Biden’s plan to also rid America of crude oil, the “other” fossil fuel, is targeting the oil that is used to manufacture derivatives for thousands of products, and fuels for transportation infrastructures, but is seldom used for electricity generation.
Climate hysteria is so absurd, with so little in the way of a feasible solution (to a non-existent problem) that we can only laugh at it.
Last month’s wind-turbine fire near Palm Springs, CA, that dropped burning debris on the barren ground below, serves as a reminder of just one of the many reasons why people don’t want to live near the towering steel structures. In this case, no one was hurt as the motor fire was in a remote, unincorporated area of Palm Springs. But imagine if it was located just hundreds of feet from your back door—as they are in many locations—and the burning debris was raining down into your yard where your children were playing or onto your roof while you are sleeping.
On Tuesday, May 31, Heartland Science Director Dr. Jay Lehr, PhD, was a guest on the radio show “Energy Matters” with host Scott Hennen on The Legendary Voice of the Northern Plains. Lehr was invited on to discuss the EPA’s Methane Rule as a part of President Obama’s “Climate Action Plan.”