Michael C. Lynch
Articles by Michael C. Lynch
Promises rarely sell products, and electric vehicles, in particular, have a long record of not living up to promises.
Critics of hydraulic fracturing often cite inaccurate and exaggerated claims.
There's nothing wrong with raising questions, or showing skepticism: that is the hallmark of science.
Scientists confuse economics with physical science in their assessment of oil trends.
Interfering with trade to influence prices is a slippery slope.
History shows that "conserving" resources by limiting exports is a useless exercise.
The pipeline will create jobs, but it would also increase carbon emissions and threaten pristine environments.
Policymakers are guilty of their own biases when dealing with risk in the energy industry.
Too many of the arguments for energy policy are either illogical, irrelevant or downright silly.
Missteps inside the Beltway continue to undermine U.S. energy security in the global market