Or let the lights go out as our once-cheap-and-reliable grid drowns in the smelly regulatory swamp.
Hot, still summer days reduce power generated by 30%.
Severe hailstorm – Witches being blamed.
More than 3 feet (about 1 meter) of snow remains on the ground.
“Just imagine having electricity available only 1 hour a day … 8 hours a week … 411 hours per year – at totally unpredictable times, for a few minutes, hours or days at a stretch…” – Paul Driessen and David Wojick
No global warming in the Arctic.
A cold snap – they love using the words “cold snap” – has extended across Australia’s eastern states.
“Italian agriculture already in trouble due to increasingly harsh winters, and droughts that signal the onset of Grand Solar Minimum conditions,” says reader Norman Grant Smith.
“It seems something can not be hidden longer…” says Italian geologist Dr Mirco Poletto.