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Energy Issues

 This column is a reposting of a periodic newsletter on energy issues by John Droz Jr., a physicist and citizen advocate

He aggregates articles from many different sources. 


Welcome to our latest Energy & Environmental Newsletter... (For all 2020 Newsletters, go here.)  To review the current issue's highlights, see below…
Note: If you are getting this Newsletter from a friend, 
please email physicist John Droz for your own free periodic copy…
Hope you had a good Christmas/ Hanukkah, and have an enjoyable, 
profitable and rewarding 2021 — with a LOT less stress!
— This Newsletter's Articles, by Topic —

Welcome to our latest Energy & Environmental Newsletter... (For all 2020 Newsletters, go here.)  To review the current issue's highlights, see below…

Note: If you are getting this Newsletter from a friend, please email physicist John Droz for your own free periodic copy…

— This Newsletter's Articles, by Topic —
(My selection of the most outstanding articles in each category are listed below. For the complete list of this issue’s articles, go here, to page 99.)


Welcome to our latest Energy & Environmental Newsletter... (For all 2020 Newsletters, go here.)  To review the current issue's highlights, see below…
Note: If you are getting this Newsletter from a friend, 
please email physicist John Droz for your own free periodic copy…
— This Newsletter's Articles, by Topic —

(My selection of the most outstanding articles in each category are listed below. For the complete list of this issue’s articles, go here, to page 97.)

Occasionally I am asked about why there have been more political articles in our Energy and Environmental Newsletter.

Good Question! Briefly the answers are:
1 - As American citizens we value our rights and freedoms — and those are determined by politics.
2 - Energy and Environmental policies (our focus) are also determined by politics.
3 - As with most topics, what you see in the mainstream media is selective coverage, from an undeclared political perspective. Our articles are trying to put some balance to those.  

Welcome to our latest Energy & Environmental Newsletter... (For all 2020 Newsletters, go here.)  To review the current issue's highlights, see below…
Note: If you are getting this Newsletter from a friend, 
please email physicist John Droz for your own free periodic copy…

Three brief overviews about the US elections, so far:

1 - Due likely to God’s intercession, Republicans did FAR better than the media and pollsters were projecting,
2 - Since the US voting public did not sufficiently cooperate with the plans of the Left, there appears to be a significant amount of shenanigans to keep the President from being re-elected, and
3 - It’s now mostly in the hands of lawyers and judges.


If you’ve witnessed election fraud or manipulation, fill out this report

Enough already: we’ve all heard and seen WAY too much about this US election!

On the other hand, the results will have an enormous impact on the next 4+ years of our life, our freedoms, our economic prosperity, America, and the entire world. With that in mind here are my final pre-election materials for you to give consideration to — and to pass on:

 
Although I’ve said it before, it bears repeating: As citizens, there is likely no more important political matter in our lifetime, than the current US national election!
Abraham Lincoln prophetically warned us that there would be serious threats to America: 1) from major external enemies [e.g. China and Russia], and 2)from divisive internal forces — which he stated were more likely to succeed than #1!
For the rest of the explanation about this special Newsletter, see here.
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For US Citizens —
Short video: Life Too Boring 2020
COVID-19 — 

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