Be A Winner, Switch Your Climate Change Philosophy Now!

Global Warming and Climate Change Talk Drags On, and On, and On… Action Slow to Gain Momentum After 27 years, the global warming debate — whether it is real or not — is dead. The technology needed to slow global warming is here, yet few meaningful steps are being made. The Climate Action R

Which Fossil Fuel Pollutes the Least?

Asking which fossil fuel pollutes the least is a loaded question. It can be answered in several ways. The reason there are a variety of answers is that are different means of measuring fossil fuel emissions. Emissions per unit of volume — gallon, liter, cubic foot or meter? Which pollutes less per

Life Cycle of Fossil Fuels

Methane “Natural” Gas Biggest Pollutant During Life Cycle of Every Fossil Fuel The effects of fossil fuel pollutants on the environment — the atmosphere in particular — are of such focus in the media and the minds of individuals interested fades to the background. While the price does not re

Diesel, the Best Fossil Fuel

Comparing Diesel to Gasoline, Natural Gas, and Coal for Quality, Utility, and Availability There are three categories of fossil fuels: solid, gas, and liquid. Of all the solid fossil fuels; the gas fossil fuels; and the liquid fossil fuels, diesel has the highest energy-production-to-low-emissions r

Electric Cars are Coal Burners

What is the Real Carbon Footprint Left by Electric Cars? Around the world, there is an electric car revolution occurring. Chevy, Toyota, Nissan, GM, Volkswagen, Renault, BMW, BYRD, and at least 20 other car manufacturers produce electric cars. Environmental activists, car manufacturers, and governme

Energy Density — Calorific Value — of Boiler Fuels

When purchasing a boiler, there are two decisions to make. Regardless of the purpose of the boiler — be it for an industrial company or a family with a small home, — the two decisions are the same. One decision is in regard to boiler type, “boiler configuration.” The other decision concerns

Life Cycle of Boiler Fuels And Much More

Combustion Emissions Just One Chapter of the Carbon Foot Print Story The labels clean and dirty, when applied to boiler fuels, are — as often as not — misleading. Almost without exception, emissions are the only standard determining what a “clean” boiler fuel is. But, contrary to what market