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John Randall Sep 18
Why Bill Gates Thinks It’s Time to End Subsidies for Wind & Solar Power (WaSP) If WaSP "is so cheap & getting cheaper", a subsidy is merely additional profit. Make WaSP still cheaper (for the consumer). No subsidy!
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Bright New World Sep 16
Today is the deadline for the Commonwealth inquiry into nuclear power. Find Bright New World's submission here!
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Ben Heard Sep 10
An equivalent project would pretty much eliminate lignite combustion from Victoria, forever, cutting the GHG, cleaning the air, sustaining the power communities , and it has taken this newcomer nation about 12 years to deliver
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Jim Haysson Sep 15
The need for nuclear energy to solve the worlds problems - climate change and energy poverty in particular (because solving the one must not negate solving the other) - becomes more pressing every day. These two men are on it.
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Paul Joguines Sep 17
No Nukes Is Bad News for Climate Most Democrats have proved themselves to be unserious about the environment.
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Jim Haysson 13h
Meet The Nuclear-Powered Self-Driving Drone NASA Is Sending To A Moon Of Saturn
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Ben Heard 9h
‘those of us on the progressive side of politics can’t continue to reflexively reject zero-emission compromise options.’ Agreed. Wisdom on show as takes a step towards the centre on climate and energy policy for Australia
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✋🏻Grant Chalmers Sep 10
Fossil Fuel Percentage of Consumption Mix (includes imports). Hourly readings over the last 69 days, median represented by a blue asterisk.
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Jim Haysson 15h
Iida Ruishalme visited Chernobyl She took equipment which measures radiation with her
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John Randall 19h
Just how dangerous is tritium? "would have to drink about 14 gallons" [for] "non-lethal harm".
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✋🏻Grant Chalmers Sep 16
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John Randall 20h
Replying to @thjr19
IEA Steep decline in nuclear power would threaten energy security and climate goals
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John Randall 18h
September 2019 IAEA chief: 450 nuclear reactors in the world, 52 more coming
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Bright New World Sep 15
Submissions to the Commonwealth inquiry into nuclear power are due today. Make sure you get your submissions in! Remember to say
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John Randall 20h
"The radical environmentalists [say] the only energy alternative that will save the planet is wind & solar power — the 2 options [which will] decelerate modern industrialization & economic progress across the globe".
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Paul Joguines 11h
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Paul Joguines 12h
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Jim Haysson 16h
The fear-mongers have not got through to all Japanese. The pragmatic approach is: Release it if it's safe to do so. (In which case all the stored water should be released!)
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Jim Haysson 16h
Grid Power Storage "Grid storage" is a misleading phrase. The grid cannot store electricity. This is about a storage source supplying the grid.
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Jim Haysson 17h
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