For the full version of the latest Energy and Environmental Newsletter, please click here… To review some of the highlights, see below. My vote for the two most outstanding articles this cycle: Dr. Judith Curry: Climate Scientists’ Motivated Reasoning and What I Learned on My Undercover Mission Among the Greenies. Regarding the current Newsletter, since there is such a diversity of interesting material, […]
About John Droz, Jr.
John Droz Jr. is the founder of Alliance for Wise Energy Decisions (AWED), a 10,000-member international coalition promoting science-based energy and environmental policies. Mr. Droz received undergraduate degrees in Physics and Mathematics from Boston College, a graduate degree in Physics from Syracuse University, and has been a Mensa member. He worked for GE Aerospace Electronics, Mohawk Data Sciences, and Monolithic Memories. After retiring at age 34, he has focused on educating citizens about energy and environmental issues. John has been a guest speaker on dozens of radio and TV shows nationwide, as well as lectured to numerous organizations on energy and environmental issues. In addition to publishing more than one hundred articles on energy policy, Droz has testified before the North Carolina legislature and the U.S. House of Representatives Science & Technology Committee.
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For the full version of the latest Energy and Environmental Newsletter, please clickhere. To review some of the highlights, see below. The response to our Net Local Economic Report for wind energy has been very supportive (Outstanding, Amazing, Sensational, Excellent, etc.). Please carefully look it over, and then pass it onto citizens being threatened by that scourge. (Make sure that the revision date is […]
For the full version of the latest Energy and Environmental Newsletter, please click on that link. To review some of the highlights, see below. FYI, Privately funded organization starts construction of border barrier in El Paso area. I made a donation, and if you’d like to, go here. Please pass it on. Since there is such a diversity of interesting […]
For the full version of the latest Energy and Environmental Newsletter, please click on that link. To review some of the highlights, see below. Since there is such a diversity of interesting articles, I’m subdividing the most noteworthy material into four categories this issue. A new entry is the recent UN Extinction Report, where the originating UN […]
For the full version of: Energy and Environmental Newsletter please click on that link. To review some of the highlights, see below. Here is a simply amazing announcement: an affordable machine that can produce drinkable water just from the air — and at 8±¢ per gallon! See here and here. Since there is such a diversity of interesting articles, I’m subdividing the most […]
Our latest edition of: Energy and Environmental Newsletter is now online. President Trump caused quite a stir in a recent speech when he said that wind turbine noise could cause cancer. Of course the press immediately attacked him as being ignorant, dishonest, anti-wind, etc. Since I wasn’t sure about the facts, I decided to look into it […]
Recently we put together a definitive list of reasonable books on climate change — and it has been well-received. As a parallel effort, we now have a brand new list of some good books related to industrial wind energy. As before, if you have any suggested additions or deletions, please send them on, and we will update. Enjoy! We’re strong supporters […]
Since you have an interest in the Global Warming issue, I’m sending along a current public exchange I’m having with a well-known climatologist. As he publicly disparaged my qualifications to even discuss the AGW matter (!), it should be no problem for a person of such elevated expertise, to win this debate. You decide… [FYI, if you’re pressed for […]
Again a cycle with a lot of news: Energy and Environmental Newsletter. A continued very hot topic is the Green New Deal proposed by US Progressives. There is a separate section in the full Newsletter that addresses it. Here are some good commentaries from that collection: The 10 Most Insane Requirements Of The Green New Deal The Green New Deal is a leftist politician’s worst enemyGreen […]
Here is the latest Energy and Environmental Newsletter. We’ve had an extremely positive response to our proposed international meeting about improving the PR (i.e. communications) of our messages. We are still considering applications to be a participant, but the window will close soon. One of the most important energy developments in this news-cycle, is the response of […]
Now that the mid-term elections are finally over, one of our top priorities is to fix some of the major issues at the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE). Very few of the needed changes in the DOE have been made over the last 2± years (especially as compared to what’s happened at the EPA) — and we are running out of time! I’ve […]
Here is the latest Energy and Environmental Newsletter. Maybe due to the recent US elections, there’s a very high quantity of reports and articles in this cycle. I’ve tried to simplify this by having a special section on Nuclear Energy in this issue of the Newsletter. There are quite a few excellent (and surprising) articles in that part (like this and this), so please […]
There’s a well-known observation that close inspection of how legislation is made, is very much like watching sausage being created. In both cases it’s very unappetizing. This process was on display recently with the machinations going on with the annual federal legislation for our military: the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA). To understand the missed […]
I hope you enjoy the latest Energy and Environmental Newsletter. Note: this issue has a special section about the EPA and Scott Pruitt. Some of the more interesting Energy related articles are: Wind and Solar Require Massive Subsidies Renewable energy seeks demand, investment to survive Trump squeeze Technical Experts: Wind Turbines Pose “Significant Danger” To Environment Video: Wind Turbine Infrasound Even ‘clean’ […]
The accuracy of computer models is critical to the entire climate change issue (and thus renewable energy). Two very good videos [below] have been just released that tackle this complex matter: 1) a 4± minute video in the style of PragerU releases, and 2) a 20± minute film designed for a deeper understanding. (BTW, I have the contact info for both filmmakers, so if you […]