Monthly Archives: April 2016

Debunking the Leap Manifesto 100% Renewables by 2050 demand

My vocal challenges to the viability of “The Leap Manifesto” have earned me some negative feedback and as such I figure it is necessary to back up my opinions with a few numbers. In doing this I will differentiate myself … Continue reading

Posted in Canadian Politics, Environmentalism and Ecomodernism, Fossil Fuel Free Future, Leap Manifesto, Uncategorized | 47 Comments

The Leap Manifesto: Good Intentions Mixed with Bad Science

As regular readers of this blog know, I first encountered the Leap Manifesto when it was released in September of 2015. At the time I wrote a couple pieces. The first: A Chemist looks at the Leap Manifesto and finds … Continue reading

Posted in Canadian Politics, Climate Change Politics, General Politics, Leap Manifesto | 6 Comments

On Carbon Dioxide Toxicity

The other evening I became engaged in a fascinating discussion (for me) with a climate skeptic on the topic of carbon dioxide, specifically whether it was “toxic” or not. I’m not sure what is happening to this blog; I started … Continue reading

Posted in Chemistry and Toxicology, Risk, Uncategorized | 16 Comments