Browsing All posts tagged under »Nuclear power Generation«

How The French Fight Global Warming

October 25, 2014 by


By Katie Tubb ~ The past month has seen considerable news on the global warming front—the National Academy of Sciences found that the U.N. underestimates the amount of carbon dioxide (CO2) absorbed by plants, Greenpeace’s founder described the group as an “evil organization” that has “lost concern for humanity,” and a paper in the journal […]

Wind Power Fail – 2012 – Same As Always

December 13, 2012 by


EVERY WIND TOWER IN THE U.S. CAN ONLY GENERATE THE SAME ELECTRICAL POWER AS JUST 9 NUCLEAR POWER PLANTS, WHICH IS ONLY ONE SIXTH OF THE ENTIRE AMERICAN NUCLEAR POWER FLEET. While this looks to be a questionable and emotive thing to say, it is in fact the truth of the matter. Currently, in the […]

Nuclear Electrical Power Generation – Why The Fuss? – Introduction

October 19, 2010 by


UPDATE 2012.  This series is now more than three years old, and while nearly all the information is generic and still current, what is not current is the Post dealing with costings. This Post was based around information available at the time, almost four years old now, and that information changes quite regularly, so constantly […]

The Major Physical Impossibility Of Solar Thermal Power

October 14, 2010 by


This first part here may seem boring, but it is absolutely critical when discussing this matter. If you pass a single wire through a magnetic field, a flow of electrons is induced in that wire, hence, pretty basically, you have generated electrical power, the flow of electrons. So, it stands to reason that if that […]

Kerry Lieberman American Power Act – New Power Comparison

May 31, 2010 by


The American Power Act sponsored by Senators Kerry and Lieberman bears some further looking at for some of things it proposes in respect of ‘new’ electrical power. The Peterson Institute for International Economics carried out what was termed as an ‘independent’ analysis of the proposed legislation, basically backing up the intent of the legislation. In […]

NYT Fact Check Failure Agrees With ‘Independent’ Report Fact Check Failure

May 24, 2010 by


By its very nature, this is a long post, but it effectively highlights a deception that is being perpetrated on the public to suit a political agenda. Don’t you just love it when, in the name of factual media reporting, journalists diligently chase up the actual facts before publishing what they write, instead of just […]

Energy Suicide: Unplugging America

March 5, 2010 by


By Alan Caruba What was that most homeowners and apartment dwellers most feared in the recent record-breaking blizzard that hit the northeast? The answer is losing electricity and that is why the news of the event was always filled with reports of what towns had lost electricity due to downed tree limbs. This was followed […]