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We see it over and over again. And have seen it for decades. It is why I remain steadfastly opposed to any government “research.” Because the government only funds research that feeds and fosters itself. And when the science isn’t compliant - g...

I've been writing "design fiction" for years (see, for example, Knights of the Rainbow Table), and when people ask me to explain it, I say something like, "An engineer might make a prototype to give you a sense of how something works; an architect wi...

Government at all levels has been for a century-plus grossly over-involved in, well, everything. For this particular exercise, let us look at the energy sector. Behold the myth that is “green energy.” “Green energy” is - nigh totally - neithe...

Sue Ann Arnall, the ex-wife of billionaire oil tycoon Harold Hamm best known for rejecting—and then depositing—a nearly $1 billion divorce check, is evidently not done sticking it to Harold: the Associated Press reports that Arnall is hosting a f...

Computers aren't the power hogs they used to be, but California's Energy Commission believes the industry can do better. It just revealed the likely final version of standards that would reduce PC and monitor energy use in the state, and l...

An anti-petroleum nonprofit has launched a new commission dedicated to studying and publishing the best practices for autonomous car operators that plan to test cars on public roads. Securing America’s Future Energy (SAFE) created the commission, d...

NEAR THE STANDING ROCK SIOUX RESERVATION, N.D. — An American Indian tribe's attempt to halt construction of an oil pipeline near its North Dakota reservation failed in federal court Friday, but three government agencies asked the pipeline compa...