Is This the Future of Clean Energy?
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  • Kavanna

    The problem isn’t just the starving of basic research — research without immediation applciation — in this context, even more importantly, without politicization. It’s the lock that the absurd politics of “climate change” that has destroyed much of intellectual and funding climate for both practical commercial ideas and for basic research.

    By its nature, basic research cannot be preloaded with prejudicial and preconceived conclusions. But that is what we have now.

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