“The future of nuclear energy could lie in plants that can be factory built, shipped to a site, and operated 30 years without refuelling… “It has become commonplace to say that we are at the beginning of a global revitalization of the nuclear energy enterprise. The scope and timing of this “nuclear renaissance,” however, remain […]
Archive | July 18, 2009
Tom Tripp, a Nobel Peace Prize winner, said there is so much of a natural variability in weather it makes it difficult to come to a scientifically valid conclusion that global warming is man made. “It well may be, but we’re not scientifically there yet.” Read more here.
A 19 year-old British tourist who went for a walk in rugged terrain not far from where I live in the Blue Mountains ended up lost for 12 days. He claims to have survived the freezing conditions by sleeping in a log and eating leaves and seed. His story has resulted in lots of advice […]