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The second U.S. presidential candidate debate is tonight, and it's likely that energy policy will come up in some fashion. Central casting's best-named oil man, T. Boone Pickens, wants to make sure the debate starts a bigger discussion on energy use in America and so he is hosting an "online rally" tonight during and following the debate. Barack Obama and John McCain are scheduled to being a 9 p.m. EST, and that's when the rally starts as well.

If you listened to or read our post on T. Boone Pickens speaking at the AFVI Expo in May, then you know that he's a big proponent of wind power and natural gas (some say he needs to learn more about hydrogen cars). Mr. Swift Boat is all over the media today because of an announcement regarding something called "The Plan," Pickens' big new idea to shift some of the $700b the U.S. spends each year on foreign oil into increasing domestic energy production. Unsurprisingly, Pickens says that wind and

Andrew Littlefair (left) and T. Boone Pickens in Las Vegas in May

Greg Blencoe likes to start an Internet challenge. The CEO of Hydrogen Discoveries, Inc. wants to make it clear to anyone who will listen that hydrogen fuel cells are the right direction for vehicles to take. Last year, Blencoe made a bet with Joseph Romm, the author of "The Hype About Hydrogen: Fact And Fiction In The Race To Save The Climate," about when hydrogen cars would make up one percent of the U.S. new car market (Blencoe said 2015, Romm wins if its 2016 or later). The provocateur now w

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