Category Archives: Nuclear power

Political payoffs vs. (supposed) Enviro friendliness. Guess who wins?

The Tesla electric car is a darling of the Rich and Yuppie enviro crowd who want to believe it’s a “green” vehicle and want to show off their tree hugging credentials. Of course the truth ain’t quite that simple, but that’s a discussion for another day.
That being said, it seems to have run afoul of political business as usual in… New Jersey. Continue reading

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What a bunch of BS

So people decide they can just declare a disaster–skip the evidence on exposures and the clear cut evidence that no one suffered a significant exposure from Fukishima. It was a disaster because we say so. Exuse me–that’s horse s____.

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Singer Talks Nukes

Fred Singer is a physicist, best known for climate science, but he is a citizen and scholar so

he provides here some commentary on the realities of nuclear developments and bomb making potential in Iran.

I think it important for us at to talk scientific developments of significance–this is worth it.

Anti-nuke Obama wants to emulate Swedish energy policy — Fawning press omits mentioning Sweden is 42% nuclear

William Tucker writes in the Spectator: Continue reading

No Joke: Empty-headed New York Times food columnist Mark @Bittman attacks nuclear energy as unsafe

Mark Bittman writes at the NYTimes: Continue reading

Biden urges economic aid for nuke plants in India to cut CO2 emissions

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Jim Hansen Presses the Climate Case for Nuclear Energy

Andy Revkin reports: Continue reading

Japan moves closer to restarting nuclear reactors

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Ex-nuke regulator: Nuclear renaissance was just a fairy tale

In the end, the U.S. nuclear power industry has been its own worst enemy by failing to aggressively campaign against the anti-nuke greens. Now its desperate anti-science, global warming pitch doesn’t even resonate with the warmists. Continue reading

Photo proof that the nuclear industry isn’t too (you pick) honest/bright

The Nuclear Energy Institute is promoting nuclear power (great) in the wake of Obama’s climate speech (gross) with this photo (imbecilic/dishonest): Continue reading

Orthodox Environmentalists Don’t Want You to See My Environmental Film

“My film Pandora’s Promise has, not surprisingly, generated a heated debate among my fellow environmentalists. That’s a good thing. But the guardians of environmental orthodoxy are up in arms because my film questions their perceived wisdom about how to tackle the danger of climate change. They don’t want you to see this film.” Continue reading

RFK Jr flails away at premiere of pro-nuke film

Everyone is lying except for Robert Kennedy Jr. Continue reading

Enviros attack Hansen for nuclear power support

He’s a “policy flake” and “radically downplays the risk of nuclear power.” Apaprently, Hansen is not a believer in the linear nonthreshold model of cancer risk — so he’s not all bad. Continue reading

Study: Nuclear power prevented 1.84 million air pollution deaths

Myth: Nuclear power has prevented any deaths from air pollution. Continue reading

Nuke energy continues to lose momentum; Industry continues to cry global warming

Supporters continue to be turned off. Continue reading

Nuclear power industry commits suicide by stoking climate fears

The fools that run the nuclear power industry forgot that its enemies are the greens, not the fossil fuel industry. Continue reading

Nuclear Industry Naiveté

Why doesn’t Bill McKibben love us? Continue reading

Memo to Nuclear Industry: Knock off the warmism

I’m all for nuclear power until the industry pulls this crap. Victims of junk science should know better than to victimize others with junk science. Continue reading

Must-see Video: Greenpeace projects simulated nuclear disaster onto German nuke plant

Unadulterated scaremongering… but they get points for creativity. Continue reading

Finland rejection deals blow to Areva’s nuclear export ambitions

“Areva not sold a reactor since 2007, hopes to sell 10 by 2016.” Continue reading