Category Archives: nuclear power

Nuclear power PREPARES for climate change!

How many solar farms and wind turbines did cyclone Harvey kill? But the nukes? They’re in concrete hardened bunkers. They’re fine. Nuclear power doesn’t just mitigate climate change, it *prepares* for what we’re already committed to! As Forbes said:   … Continue reading

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Our world data confirms nuclear safest

Our World Data confirms it. But all readers of … anything real… know that already, right?

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Scientific American says IGNORANCE main reason people are anti-nuclear

I’m not being rude, as the vast majority of my life I was anti-nuclear out of sheer ignorance as well! There are 4 other reasons people are anti-nuclear, but from personal experience I this first one is the most powerful! … Continue reading

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Free speech not a big priority for doomers

It doesn’t take long to get banned from doomer websites. They tend to quickly recycle tired old myths to people like myself that quote peer-reviewed research into nuclear power, affordable synthetic diesel, and other matters. Then, before too long, your … Continue reading

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Word, Sting, Word!

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Apart from France, the West is losing this race!

Things are hotting up! Global competition is threatening. “Despite the U.S. civil nuclear industry’s strengths,” the Commerce Department warned earlier this year, “U.S. companies continue to lose significant market share to an ever‐increasing number of foreign government‐owned or led competitors, … Continue reading

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Great video on MSR!

Moltex are saying they can produce a Molten Salt Reactor (that eats nuclear waste) NOW, cheaper than fossil fuels. EXCELLENT 6 minute summary of the difference between traditional high-pressure water reactors and low pressure, chemically stable salt reactors.

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