Marginalrevolution.Com: Domain DB Profile

This profile page summarizes all known activity of the domain Marginalrevolution.Com related to Biofuels. This domain may have published content supporting this topic, against it, or in a separate context: this biographical entry simply demarks this domain as having published content suggesting contextual association with Biofuels.

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All Media Count   7
News Count (W/Clustered)   1 (14.29%)
Distinct Stories   1
Blog Count   5 (71.43%)
Tweet Count   0 (0.00%)
Shared Tweet Count   0
Links Tweeted   0
Combined Tone   0.52
Combined Polarization   8.22
Combined Activity   1.66
Combined Personalization   1.66
News Tone   -0.50
Blog Tone   0.72
Tweet Tone   0
First Seen   6/17/2011
Last Seen   4/6/2013
News/Social Ratio  14.29%
Attention/Loyalty  6 / 2983 days (0.20%)
Domain Type   Blog
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John Thacker   14.29% (1)
R Ford Denison   14.29% (1)
Dan Yergin   14.29% (1)
Andrew Sullivan   14.29% (1)
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Global Oil Demand Growth   14.29% (1)
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Bp Energy Outlook   14.29% (1)
Heritage Foundation   14.29% (1)
Mercatus Center   14.29% (1)

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Brent, Ontario, Canada   14.29% (1)
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Kyoto, Kyoto, Japan   14.29% (1)

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France   14.29% (1)
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United States   14.29% (1)



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Marginalrevolution.Com   14.29% (1)

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Marginalrevolution.Com   71.43% (5)

News Articles

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The Politics of Cap and Trade Marginal Revolution

...... search results?) And then, of course, there is almost unlimited potential for bogus offsets to be created (and we can expect intense political pressure for those offsets to be domestic e.g. biofuels from American sources rather than international). "If the climate change models are right, then there is a tipping point in terms of total carbon emissions, which we want to avoid. Which ......

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Tone: -0.50%
Pol: 10.55%
Act: 25.53%
Per: 2.06%
Que: 9.96%
Exc: 1.99%

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Assorted links

...... and the oil supply increased by 12 mbpd. From 2004 to 2012, the oil supply (all liquids) increased by 6 mbpd, but on 2.9 mbpd was crude oil and lease condensate. The remainder was NGLs and biofuels. And we spend $3.5 trillion, that is, trillion dollars doing for that result. Now here's the deal, nothing special was happening in the decade to 2004. China was not a big pull, nor were oil ......

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Tone: 1.53%
Pol: 8.31%
Act: 25.67%
Per: 1.36%
Que: 10.96%
Exc: 1.37%

The truly important news

...... are the nature-lovers who think we can have both a sustainable global human civilization AND a planet untouched by humans. How many zebras, gnus, bears and so on are consuming energy and biomass that humans could consume instead? The footprint size is also unproblematic provided people have to pay for their own consumption. Reply Whether the world is overpopulated or not, the fact ......

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Tone: 1.39%
Pol: 8.76%
Act: 26.24%
Per: 1.56%
Que: 14.81%
Exc: 0.93%

World hunger: the problem left behind

...... facing food shortages. In that scenario, improvements would be much more difficult to come by. Reply "Second, the United States government should stop subsidizing its own corn-based biofuels, mainly ethanol. Today, about 40 percent of America's field corn goes into biofuels, thanks to a subsidy and regulatory policy dating from 2005. With virtual unanimity, experts condemn these ......

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Tone: -0.53%
Pol: 9.41%
Act: 24.42%
Per: 0.74%
Que: 2.70%
Exc: 2.70%

"Back to the Future of Green Powered Economies"

...... and widely accepted, would suggest than environmentalists should value density more than renewability. A fusion-powered 5 billion living on the island of Manhattan would be greener than a biomass-powered 5 billion scattered around the globe. Reply "Average Carry Distance" is measured in meters; to calculate the work done in transporting energy resources we need to fi nd what we will ......

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Tone: 1.81%
Pol: 3.26%
Act: 27.17%
Per: 2.54%
Que: 7.69%
Exc: 0.00%

Not From the Onion Marginal Revolution

...... imported ethanol tariff and the subsidy paid to domestic but not imported ethanol blenders are still in place. However the 2007 energy bill which mandates millions of gallons of "advanced" biofuel production means that blenders *must* buy advanced biofuels, or more precisely, Renewable Identification Numbers (RINs) that correspond to government-tracked lots of advanced biofuels. Since the ......

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Tone: -0.60%
Pol: 9.00%
Act: 23.50%
Per: 1.70%
Que: 10.71%
Exc: 0.00%


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