Energy and Environment issues

Energy and environment issues have converged at senior government levels. Governments are under increasing pressure to develop responses to these issues. Recommendations are plentiful, and their quality ranges from excellent to terrible. There is no guarantee that the terrible ones won’t be adopted.

And yet government action on these recommendations will affect everything—our disposable income, our physical and economic health, our national security, and the global climate itself.

If you are on the receiving end of this action, it pays to pay attention to who’s recommending what. When you know that, you are positioned to shape the debate.

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4 comments for “Energy and Environment issues

  1. December 29, 2010 at 21:23

    Obtaining Energy by the Annihilation of an Electron with a Positron.

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  2. December 29, 2010 at 21:24

    Obtaining Energy by the Annihilation of an Electron with a Positron.

    See my blog:

  3. December 29, 2010 at 21:29

    So the real comparison must to be made between the deuterons fusion and annihilation process of a hydrogen ion (proton) with an antiproton. It will be a difference of energy of about 1000 times higher per pair of particles used, in favor of the annihilation process. Practically it realizes the dream of extracting energy from all the matter.

  4. December 29, 2010 at 21:31

    Vote for “clean, renewable, sustainable, green, cheap energy”! Vote for living!
    We can extract the energy of the rest mass of an electron. For a pair of an electron and a positron this energy is circa 1 MeV.

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