Category Archives: energy

Using all of the heavy elements in nuclear waste to provide energy

A silly thing about light water nuclear reactors is that only half a percent of the energy in nuclear fuel is used.  The rest goes to waste as heavy elements that decay to safe levels of radioactivity over hundreds  of … Continue reading

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Synergistic Technologies for Energy Futures

My vision for energy futures involves the emergence of synergistic technologies. Implementation in the real world can only succeed with cost competitive products. High temperature modular nuclear providing baseload electricity but also – at periods of lower demand – electricity … Continue reading

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Intrinsic and forced climate variability

The sun is the source of the vast majority of heat on the surface of the planet. The atmosphere is mostly transparent to incoming visible light and the surface is warmed. Warm surfaces emit infrared (IR) photons. At specific IR … Continue reading

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Adani Lawfare

Adani is an Indian company with a coal project in development in the Galilee basin in Central Queensland.  Serial and vexatious litigation – all actions brought over years have been lost – have delayed the project and added to costs.  … Continue reading

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