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“From Capitol Hill to the Motor City, marble statehouses to mud strewn shale plays, lawmakers, policy wonks and industry leaders repeatedly invoke U.S. government energy forecasts to call for more drilling, more fracking and more nuclear plants. These predictions are made by the Energy Information Administration. They are ostensibly apolitical, certified with a federal seal of approval and are ripe fodder for the journalists, analysts and government agencies responsible for painting a picture of the country’s energy future. But in truth, some experts say, we’d have better luck calling Miss Cleo [than using EIA forecasts].” 
–Alan Newhauser, US News & World Report [Note: Miss Cleo is an American psychic]