Today: 15.Nov.2018

Calvin Beisner analyses the position of Catholic Bishops to urge decarbonization of the world (stop using fossil fuels), and do it quickly.

Brian Fraga writes in the National Catholic Register on Man-Made Climate Change from a Catholic Perspective. The conclusions are that use of fossil fuels is causing serious global warming and almost every other serious negative change in the climate, but none of the good changes. The indication is that the leaders of the Catholic Church want the world to stop using fossil fuels or implement programs that would probably not keep Earth's climate where it is today or was fifty or one hundred years ago. The programs would transfer wealth from First World countries who are using fossil fuels to Third World countries who will continue to use fossil fuels. Without fossil fuels, Third World countries will be worse off than they are today.

Kelvin Kemm, CEO of Nuclear Africa, is dedicated to promoting nuclear energy throughout Africa and he is working with countries in Asia who are looking to nuclear power also. This article is published at: http://www.engineeringnews.co.za/article/the-case-for-nuclear-2015-11-13/searchString:the+case+for+nuclear

Published in Uranium fueled

Wade Allison UK

15.Nov.2015

Wade Allison is an Emeritus Professor of Physics at Keble College, Oxford University. His interests are in many fields of physics and in explaining them to the public around the world..Since 2000, he has worked diligently and tirelessly to explain low dose radiation to the public. He shows how excessively stringent radiation guidelines are dangerous and detrimental for the common good of modern economies.

Published in United Kingdom

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