Ari Shaffir, Brian Redban, Powerful Joe Rogan
The Joe Rogan Experience
Rogan: If these reactors keep [messing] up different spots of the world, we’re going to have giant areas of our world contaminated and dead for 100,000s of years. That’s the reality we’re operating under.
Stanford professor Mark Z. Jacobson’s research shows that using current available technology, our energy needs can be met using wind, solar, and water power. And it can happen in the next couple decades.
- A path to sustainable energy by 2030 (Scientific American, November 2009) (pdf).
- Providing all global energy with wind, water and solar power, Part I: Technologies, energy resources, quantities and areas of infrastructure, and materials (Energy Policy, 2011) (pdf-Part I)
- Providing all global energy with wind, water and solar power, Part II: Reliability, system and transmission costs, and policies (Energy Policy, 2011) (pdf-Part II)
- Spreadsheet accompanying Parts I and II (xls-Spreadsheet)
- Energy and Environmental Science article ranking energy solutions to global warming, air pollution, and energy security (link)
- Studies on matching hourly and peak demand by combining renewables (link)
- Studies on wind energy resources and transmission (link)
- April 20, 2012 Tri-Agency (NSF-NOAA-NASA) PI Meeting Presentation (pptx)
- November 14, 2011 HEAL Utah Presentation (pptx) (video)
- May 16, 2011 Seminar, Woods Institute for the Environment (video)
- February 4, 2011 Seminar, Cornell University (video)
- January 13, 2011 Stanford Grid Integration Workshop Presentation (pptx)
- TED/CNN debates on renewables versus nuclear (link)
- April 1, 2008 U.S. House of Representatives hearing. Rep. Jay Inslee tells Exxon-Mobil executive that the vision in the “Renewable Energy Solution to Global Warming” by the Atmosphere/Energy Program at Stanford University is “one that the United States really needs” (starting at 1:35:00 in hearing video) (video) (transcript)
- February 7, 2012 op-ed (invited), “Securing public health forever with clean energy” (link)
Published: May 3rd, 2012 at 8:13 am ET