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The Difference Between A Conservative And A Labor Party Anti Nuclear Hysteric? 17 Years

February 16, 2016 by

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By Andrew Bolt ~ Why has it taken the Australian Labor Party 17 years to even consider a plan first forward by Pangea and howled down then by anti-nuclear hysterics? Why did the Labor Party surrender billions of dollars and thousands of jobs over so many years, when its duty was to confront the fake […]

Global Warming Is Killing The Old Nuclear Scare

February 12, 2015 by

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By Andrew Bolt ~ Global Warming alarmists like Jay Weatherill now finally admit nuclear power isn’t actually a terrifying mass-killing menace. Now they say we need nuclear power to stop their latest terrifying mass-killing menace — global warming. Can you believe these guys? Nuclear power has switched from our greatest threat to greatest saviour. Yet […]

Top Google Engineers Throw Up Their Hands On Renewables, Ignore Nuclear Power

November 25, 2014 by

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By Tom Blumer ~ As of 5:30 p.m. ET today, a search on “Koningstein” at the Associated Press’s national web site returned no results. That’s an indication that the wire service’s globaloney-believing pseudo-science reporters are still trying to figure out how to respond to a November 18 article in the IEEE Spectrum by Ross Koningstein & […]

Subsidies And Taxes Complicate The Future Of Nuclear Power

August 8, 2013 by

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By Robert Geringer ~ Rising maintenance costs and a sharp decrease in natural gas prices have put the future of some nuclear power plants into question. But other plants face retirement under the burden of specific taxes and anti-competitive green energy subsidies. Mark Cooper, a senior fellow at the Vermont Law School, recently published a report […]

No Nukes Means More Coal For Germany

August 4, 2012 by

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By Andrew Bolt ~ Thanks to Fukushima, one absurd green fear campaign smashes into another, leaving Germany having to choose: More than a year ago, Germany decided to opt out of nuclear and fossil based energy. It was replaced by “cleaner” energy sources, namely solar and water power. Until 2020, 35 percent of German electricity […]

The Nuclear Option for Powering America

March 13, 2012 by

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By Mike Brownfield ~ When you flip on a light switch, turn on your TV, start up your coffee maker, or charge your cell phone, there’s a good chance that the energy you’re using to get the job done has been generated by nuclear power. Yet this misunderstood power source is vastly underutilized in America. […]

Is a Nuclear Renaissance Approaching?

February 16, 2012 by

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By Jack Spencer ~ When the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) voted last week to approve permits to begin construction on two nuclear reactors, many hailed the decision as the start of a nuclear renaissance. Without a doubt, the NRC’s action is noteworthy, because it marks the first time in over three decades that the NRC […]