Green energy: the industry so marvelous that it can't survive without gigantic taxpayer subsidies, government-mandated purchases, special legal breaks of the sort that give wind farm operators an unlimited license to shred bald eagles, and blatant lies peddled by well-funded propagandists.
On the latter subject, the guy who made the lie-filled agitprop disaster "Gasland" is back with another anti-fracking film, cleverly entitled "Gasland Part II." In the first movie, a long-standing local complaint about flammable chemicals in the water supply was repurposed into an attack on the new technology of hydraulic fracturing, resulting in a famous scene where tap water is lit on fire. It had nothing to do with fracking, but the propagandists weren't about to tell the audience that. It's not as if their argument can be made honestly to well-informed people, after all.