Back in February 2015, I posted on BNC about the announcement of a Royal Commission into the Nuclear Fuel Cycle (henceforth NFCRC) in the uranium-mining state of South Australia (SA). This was followed up by a post on The Conversation by Ben Heard and me, entitled “Royal commission into nuclear will open a world of […]
Nuclear recycling technology for inexhaustible clean energy. Too good to be true? Read these articles before you decide…
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This is Part III of the “Sustaining the Wind” series of essays by NNadir. For Part I, click here. Part II is here. In part 2 of this series, we discussed the claim of Udo Bardi, an academic “peak oiler” out of the University of Florence, that uranium supplies are subject to exhaustion, this because, according […]
This is Part II of the “Sustaining the Wind” series of essays by David Jones. For Part I, click here. At the conclusion of part 1[i] of this series, we saw that the putative demand for the element indium in order to build some 15,000,000 wind turbines (at a nominal peak capacity of roughly 900 […]
Guest Post by Geoff Russell. Geoff recently released the popular book “Greenjacked! The derailing of environmental action on climate change“. Preamble Following a recent article by Helen Caldicott in The Saturday Paper I submitted the following complaint to The Australian Press Council. Unfortunately TSP isn’t a member of the Press Council. Nonetheless they were kind enough […]
SA Nuclear Fuel Cycle Royal Commission – update Today the Expert Advisory Committee of the South Australian Royal Commission into the Nuclear Fuel Cycle was announced. The members include Dr Tim Stone (University College London, KPMG), Prof Ian Lowe (my co-author Why vs Why: Nuclear Power), Dr Leanna Read (Chief Scientist of SA), Mr John […]