David Wojick

David Wojick, Ph.D., is a former consultant with the Office of Scientific and Technical Information at the U.S. Department of Energy in the area of information and communication science.
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The Biden Climate Summit — Speeding Up to Hit the Wall Harder

The climate policy agenda announced by President Joe Biden during his climate summit is doomed to fail, the question is how costly will the attempt to meet its announced goals be.

Crazy HFC Phaseout Is Coming (Part 2)

There are a number of questions concerning how the HFC phaseout recently enacted into law will work. It could harm those with respiratory illnesses.

Economically Destructive Cap and Trade for HFCs Is Here (Part One)

The Democratically controlled congress and the Biden administration slipped a phase out of the popular refrigerant HFC, used in air conditioning and refrigeration systems, as well as in other items, into the recent COVID-19 relief bill.

States Sue to Block “Social Cost” of Carbon

Twelve states have asked a Federal Court to keep federal agencies from using the so-called Social Cost of Greenhouse Gases to calculate the benefits of emission reduction regulations.

UN Calls for Contraction and Convergence to Low Living Standards

The United Nations calls for population control and economic contraction in a recent publication, “Making Peace With Nature: A scientific blueprint to tackle the climate, biodiversity and pollution emergencies.”

American K-12 Science Education Gone Bad

I don’t often write an article about someone else’s article but Shepard Barbash’s deeply researched piece “Science betrayed” deserves a wide readership. His subtitle says it all: “The propaganda infecting K-12 science curricula,...

New York Can’t Buy its Way Out of Blackouts

New York City will soon be home to the world’s biggest utility-scale battery system, designed to back up its growing reliance on intermittent renewables. A system still inadequate to prevent regular blackouts.

David Wojick

David Wojick, Ph.D., is a former consultant with the Office of Scientific and Technical Information at the U.S. Department of Energy in the area of information and communication science.

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The Biden Climate Summit — Speeding Up to Hit the Wall Harder

The climate policy agenda announced by President Joe Biden during his climate summit is doomed to fail, the question is how costly will the attempt to meet its announced goals be.

Crazy HFC Phaseout Is Coming (Part 2)

There are a number of questions concerning how the HFC phaseout recently enacted into law will work. It could harm those with respiratory illnesses.

Economically Destructive Cap and Trade for HFCs Is Here (Part One)

The Democratically controlled congress and the Biden administration slipped a phase out of the popular refrigerant HFC, used in air conditioning and refrigeration systems, as well as in other items, into the recent COVID-19 relief bill.

States Sue to Block “Social Cost” of Carbon

Twelve states have asked a Federal Court to keep federal agencies from using the so-called Social Cost of Greenhouse Gases to calculate the benefits of emission reduction regulations.

UN Calls for Contraction and Convergence to Low Living Standards

The United Nations calls for population control and economic contraction in a recent publication, “Making Peace With Nature: A scientific blueprint to tackle the climate, biodiversity and pollution emergencies.”

American K-12 Science Education Gone Bad

I don’t often write an article about someone else’s article but Shepard Barbash’s deeply researched piece “Science betrayed” deserves a wide readership. His subtitle says...

New York Can’t Buy its Way Out of Blackouts

New York City will soon be home to the world’s biggest utility-scale battery system, designed to back up its growing reliance on intermittent renewables. A system still inadequate to prevent regular blackouts.