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David Wojick

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David Wojick is a former consultant with the Office of Scientific and Technical Information at the U.S. Department of Energy in the area of information and communication science.

Wojick has a Ph.D. in the philosophy of science and mathematical logic from the University of Pittsburgh and a B.S. in civil engineering from Carnegie Tech. He has been on the faculty of Carnegie Mellon University and the staffs of the U.S. Office of Naval Research and the Naval Research Lab.

Recent Articles and Publications

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January 19, 2021
By David Wojick
Nationwide we are spending untold billions of dollars on huge batteries, trying to keep the erratic nature of renewables from crashing the electric power system
January 11, 2021
By David Wojick
China now generates a whopping 7,500 GWh of electricity, just under twice what America does
December 30, 2020
By David Wojick
New York City will soon be home to the world’s biggest utility-scale battery system, designed to back up its growing reliance on intermittent renewables.
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December 29, 2020
By David Wojick
America is not moving toward wind and solar for power generation; we are actually moving away from renewables. You would never know this listening to the press and the politicians.
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May 18, 2017
By David Wojick
The widely reported global average surface temperatures, which are the basis for the global warming scare, are inaccurate, based on not on actual measurements but instead are the output of flawed complex statistical models.
April 30, 2016
By David Wojick, Patrick Michaels
This paper develops a system to determine whether Federal Government is buying the conclusions it wants from scientists, funding scientists who support an expanded regulatory agenda.
April 30, 2015
By David Wojick, Patrick Michaels
This study examines the extent to which bias infects the scietific research the federal government funds and uses to support its regulatory agenda.

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