AKA, why your power bills are so expensive this winter.
It may be relatively rural state, but that’s still an impressive amount of electricity.
Nothing to worry about here. Be happy.
But what happens when people aren’t watching so carefully when these trains become the norm?
It looks like the state is getting tough on the crude oil trains going through our city.
There are many things one has to be concerned with proposals to increase crude oil transport in Albany.
This is really creepy and sad.
Some ballpark estimates on how much lighting you will need to keep your room bright and well lit.
Every time you drive by the port, it seems like there is more and more crude oil tankers.
But it’s fracking, and I thought fracking was a bad word or something like that.
I love people’s shock that they use cinders on the roads for deicing. They’ve used them at least since the early-1800s, just like they’ve used salt brine from natural gas wells for hundred years. But people who ride so high on their horses, can’t see the road from their vantage point.
Many different factors play a role in the climate, even while carbon dioxide concentrations continue to increase in the atmosphere.
Darn…. And the press release I wrote on Friday afternoon said there had been only “three” near misses with crude trains in NY State in past year. Now it’s four.
This is fascinating as many decrepit structures are.