Today: 23.Mar.2019

Ben Johnson, Historic UK: By the late 1800s, large cities all around the world were “drowning in horse manure”. In order for these cities to function, they were dependent on thousands of horses for the transport of both people and goods. The manure on London’s streets also attracted huge numbers of flies which then spread typhoid fever and other diseases. Similar issues of waste from low energy density energy sources like wind and solar apply, without the stench and disease spreading flies.

Published in People - General

Michel Gay: Le temps est venu de développer largement dans le monde une nouvelle source d’énergie: (a) sûre et moins polluante que les combustibles fossiles, (b) ne libérant pas de gaz carbonique, (c) ne gaspillant pas les bases chimiques dont nos descendants auront besoin, (d) peu encombrante et puissante, (e) disponible et abondante.

Published in Nuclear

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