Nobel Prize Winner Explains Green Energy

Nobel Prize winner Al Gore, who invented the Internet and the category 6 hurricane, explains that the interior of the Earth is millions of degrees.

I worked on Gore’s “new technology” geothermal energy at Los Alamos almost 40 years ago, before they gave up on it.

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14 Responses to Nobel Prize Winner Explains Green Energy

  1. mf says:

    you can ridicule all you want, this does not change following facts: reliance on fossil fuels is a hard constraint on world economic growth. If a supplement and individual substitute is not found, the world will descend into war over these resources.

    • There are hundreds of years of fossil fuel reserves. You have no idea what you are talking about,

    • Jimbo says:

      mf, we will never run out of energy.

      BBC – 12 March 2013
      “Japan extracts gas from methane hydrate in world first”

      There are 948 billion short tons of recoverable coal reserves.

      Algae can be turned into fuel for cars.

      We have nuclear power.

    • R. Shearer says:

      Better to chop birds and bats to death?

    • Richard T. Fowler says:

      If a [. . .] substitute is not found, the world will descend into war over these resources.”

      Not necessarily true, if crude oil and natural gas are abiogenic!


    • Justa Joe says:

      It’s amazing how warmists confuse wild ass speculation with “fact”.

    • Sunsettommy says:

      We have a lot of coal that can be used to make gasoline from.
      We have Thorium and Aneutronic nuclear power to develop with for electric power production.

      There is development in engine designs that increase the efficiency of combustion coming along.

      It is cheaper to develop power supplies of their own than to go war with someone Else’s power plants.

    • gofer says:

      There are more reserves than ALL the fuel that has ever been burned. Peak oil is a myth that only the uninformed speak of anymore. IF the govt. wanted to, we would never have to import a drop of oil anymore. We are drowning in the stuff.

    • Sleepalot says:

      You got that completely ass-backwards: use of fossil fuels freed us from the hard constraints of fuel poverty, and you don’t want economic growth.

  2. Scott Jackson says:

    Hi Steven,

    I guess if you worked at Los Alamos 40 years ago, you aren’t the Steven Goddard I know from the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre area and is about 35 years old.

    I’ll Google and search around for an answer, but I’m intrigued by your comment about Los Alamos giving up on geothermal energy — as if it isn’t practical/worthwhile. I have separately been reading up on geothermal energy as a different sort of heat sink than traditional residential heat pumps, and thought it sounded reasonable (if more upfront in cost). I would be interested in knowing if your experiences are applicable (i.e. geothermal not worth the effort) as it relates to using geothermal systems for residential heating and cooling (I’m referring to using large piping systems buried underground connected to a modified heat pump inside a residence).


  3. johnbuk says:

    Surely Al’s best invention was gravity – without that where would we be?

  4. There Is No Substitute for Victory says:

    Without gravity to steady him Al Gore would go tumbling off into space head over heels and Mr Gore would eventually end up with his head stuck in his a$$ from spinning too rapidly.

    Hold on, is that Al? OMG Gravity HAS failed us.

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