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  • Blog

    Getting Real About Green Energy

    An honest analysis of what it CAN'T promise
    by Chris Martenson

    Friday, October 4, 2019, 2:58 PM

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    I’m often asked where I stand on wind, solar and other alternative energy sources.

    My answer is: I love them. But they’re incapable of enabling our society to smoothly slip over to powering itself by other means.

    They’re not going to “save us”.

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    Sounding The Alarm On The Country’s Vulnerability To An EMP

    Establishment insiders are worried we're too vulnerable
    by Chris Martenson

    Tuesday, June 2, 2015, 3:29 AM

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    In the past here at Peak Prosperity, we’ve written extensively on the threat posed by a sustained loss of electrical grid power. More specifically, we've warned that the most damaging threat to our grid would come from either a manmade or natural electromagnetic pulse (EMP).

    Recently, we've been contacted by a well-connected group of powerful people who have formed a commission to study the matter, and have recently made a public and urgent appeal in an open letter to President Obama to take this threat seriously.

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    San Onofre power plant via the Nuclear Regulatory Agency

    The Dawn of the Great California Energy Crash

    Like CA, more states will soon ask, "Where will our energy c
    by Gregor Macdonald

    Monday, July 23, 2012, 12:46 AM

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    California, which imports over 25% of its electricity from out of state, is in no position to lose half (!) of its entire nuclear power capacity. But that’s exactly what happened earlier this year, when the San Onofre plant in north San Diego County unexpectedly went offline. The loss only worsens the broad energy deficit that has made California the most dependent state in the country on expensive, out-of-state power.

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