Recently there has not been much activity on townhall.com, at least in the energy arena, so I have been fairly inactive over there. I have instead been reading a bit on wattsupwiththat.com, a site mostly concerned with global warming and the various weaknesses in the warmist's claims.
As an engineer, and trained attorney, I am swayed to the sceptic side. There are just too many issues I see in the data collection and massaging. There are too many unexplained occurrences, such as record cold in the northern hemisphere being caused by global warming.
I also did a run-through on nuclear power costs over at climate progress, and learned once again that true-believers in nukes are not convinced by logic, facts, and sound arguments. Oh well. I challenged one commenter to go to investors, ask them for the money to build a nuclear power plant, and show them his sales contract for the power produced, with a sales price of $0.03 per kwh. Then, report back as to which investors are willing to invest money or banks willing to lend money on those terms. I was called all sorts of names for suggesting this, including intellectually dishonest, and using fallacious economic models!