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Many citizens believe that 'renewables' are the answer to our energy future because they have been told that, and it gives them a nice cosy feeling.
by Charles Hemmings - 23/04/2024 - 5 comments
Ceasing the world's materialistic demands for the products and fuels manufactured from crude oil will end the fossil fuels era !
by Ronald Stein - 18/04/2024 - 3 comments
Our farm supported our family of four, 30 dairy cows, one bull, eight draught horses, two stock horses, a cattle dog, two cats, two ponies, plus a few pigs, calves and chooks and, at times, a returned service Uncle recovering from malaria.
by Viv Forbes - 11/04/2024 - 8 comments
Unbiased opinion polls find that support for nuclear power in Australia falls short of a majority, that Australians much prefer renewables, and most do not want nuclear reactors built near where they live.
by Jim Green - 8/04/2024 - 16 comments
As efforts to decarbonize global energy systems expand, one of the answers could be to use floating nuclear power plants (FNPPs).
by Stuart Ballantyne - 3/04/2024 - 7 comments
With all the sound and fury about global warming, an important, and many scientists now assert, more likely scenario is usually ignored-the possibility of far more dangerous global cooling.
by Tom Harris - 22/03/2024 - 13 comments
So, when the Sun is in a strong phase, with a stronger magnetic field, less galactic cosmic rays enter the Earth's atmosphere and we have less clouds. This then amplifies the warming.
by Tom Harris - 14/03/2024 - 6 comments
The highest support for nuclear is from the 18-34 cohort, the group that is most environmentally conscious.
by Graham Young - 6/03/2024 - 17 comments
Scientists have known for a long time that solar activity correlates well with climatic conditions on Earth. This should surprise no one since our home star is an enormous source of energy.
by Tom Harris - 4/03/2024 - 8 comments
When we were at the coldest period in the past half billion years about 450 million years ago, CO2 levels were considerably higher than today.
by Tom Harris - 27/02/2024 - 7 comments
Cleaning up emissions in-state increases worldwide emissions by 'leaking' manufacturing to poorer developing countries with miniscule environmental regulations.
by Rolan Stein - 20/02/2024 - 5 comments
'But breathless claims of imminent climate-driven ‘human extinction’ and ‘runaway warming’ are both scientifically unsupportable and unhelpful.'
by Graham Young - 15/02/2024 - 5 comments


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