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Science is Fact – Regardless Whether Activists Choose to Believe It, Or Not

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K.J. Rodgers
Crownsville, Maryland  

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“Science, science” is often screamed by those who often refuse to believe it. It is always going to reveal the facts when presented in its entirety.  

Science is a straightforward process of understanding facts, testing and re-testing conclusions, then giving those conclusions to others to test to ensure your conclusions are solid. However, it amazes me that so many areas of science can be contested with false parallels and ideologies.

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The US Clearly Dodged a Bullet with the Paris Climate Accord

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K.J. Rodgers
Crownsville, Maryland  

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When the US withdrew from the Paris Climate Accord the world lost their minds. We now know what was in the agreement and we dodged a bullet! 

During June of last year, what seemed like a majority of the world’s environmental spokespersons lost their minds as newly-elected Donald Trump withdrew the US from the Paris Climate Accord. Al Gore, Leonardo DiCaprio, Wenonah Hauter, and other people who incessantly demand our attention, all cried.

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Cove Point Just Exported Its First Shipment of LNG!

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K.J. Rodgers
Crownsville, Maryland  

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The Cove Point LNG Terminal, the Maryland-based export facility, just shipped its first export of LNG to little fanfare of coverage. 

Thursday, March 1, something big happened without a whole lot of fanfare, news coverage, or glamour: Cove Point just exported its first shipment of liquified natural gas!

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Oil and Gas Companies are Striving to Voluntarily Reduce Methane

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K.J. Rodgers
Crownsville, Maryland  

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Methane leaks are mostly insignificant, but while striving to do even better, the oil and gas industry is taking action to further reduce them.

Natural gas advocates spend a good deal of their time answering or rebutting myths. These myths, perpetuated by special interest groups and pseudo-environmentalist groups, are regurgitated repeatedly. Among them is the idea methane emissions are a growing problem.

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The Terracotta Army Protesting the Potomac Pipeline

Fractivists

K.J. Rodgers
Crownsville, Maryland  

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Activist groups across Maryland are protesting the Potomac Pipeline. They’re little more than a terra cotta army of ideologues, shills and virtue signalers.

Virtue signaling “environmentalist groups,” as they self-style themselves, are a dime a dozen in Maryland. They’re seemingly everywhere, in fact, Maryland being a mostly urban state where everyone imagines they have the answers about food and energy they only consume should be produced. You can’t turn around without bumping into a trust-funder with a megaphone. Still, one would think that before setting up yet additional action groups for their personal aggrandizement, these folks might at least identify niche segments of the protest industry they could grab for themselves. But, that would require originality and there’s none of that to be found in serial protesting.

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China’s Gas Demand in Bid to Reduce Emissions Outpaces Its Production

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K.J. Rodgers
Crownsville, Maryland  

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China is putting all the cards on the table to reduce emissions with natural gas, but their demand is much higher than their production capacity.

China is the world’s largest emissions contributor. Images of smog clouding the daily lives of Chinese citizens have become a common scene in the country. It’s a very dreary view as people must walk about their day wearing a facemask – almost as if it has turned into a Chinese OSHA Requirement.

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New Tariffs on Chinese Solar Panels Divide Industry – Good!

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K.J. Rodgers
Crownsville, Maryland  

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President Trump’s tariffs on Chinese solar panels are dividing the solar industry and causing activists to go crazy, but it’s a good thing.

Environmentalist activists and others mentally allergic to the name Donald Trump are flipping out over a new tariff on imported solar panels. This move has fractured the solar industry, showing us the two different faces of the solar movement, if you want to call it that.

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Is the New Russian Nord Stream Pipeline the Start to Another Cold War?

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K.J. Rodgers
Crownsville, Maryland  

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Nord Stream 2, a Russian pipeline project, is going to increase natural gas market share for the Kremlin, but is it going to become the next Cold War?

Being born in the early 1980’s, I missed out on the majority of the Cold War. Recently, I have been reading a lot about this period of time and how it began, what played out, and the way it ended. Since the fall of the Soviet Union, the Cold War has largely been considered over. The way I see it, though, their battle for control over natural gas could be my generation’s Cold War.

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No, Natural Gas Isn’t the Source of Increased Methane Levels

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K.J. Rodgers
Crownsville, Maryland  

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The atmosphere is showing signs of increased methane, but contrary to popular belief, it is not natural gas nor fracking that is responsible.

Fractivists have been stretching to link fracking and natural gas to everything they can think of for years. The twisting of facts and intermingling emotions in their propaganda is 101 training for new members. It is almost as is if groups like the Food and Water Watch sit new hires in a dark broom closet and force them to watch some Wenonah Hauter training video on “How to Deceive the Public for Their Own Good.”

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Cabot Lawsuit is Anything But An Attack on the First Amendment

Fractivists

K.J. Rodgers
Crownsville, Maryland  

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Fractivist groups have been attempting to brand lawsuits filed by oil and gas companies as First Amendment issues, but this isn’t even close to being true.

Our founding fathers had outstanding foresight when they began drafting the Constitution. When the Bill of Rights was proposed, several of them were against detailing those rights we now as the Bill of Rights. This was not a case of believing those rights were insignificant, but rather, a fear that detailing such individual rights would limit them to the original 10 (the list had included 12, but only 10 were approved).

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