John Shanahan, civil engineer, editor allaboutenergy.net: Many nuclear power organizations, experts and advocates focus on claims that nuclear can help solve so-called man-made global warming crises and claim nuclear power can save the world from man-made climate "tipping point" crises. They also claim that nuclear power (the best energy source in the world) should work with wind and solar (the worst energy sources to operate the modern world. For half a century nuclear power organizations have failed to solve real problems in their own industry. This has allowed anti-nuclear forces to easily gain control and effectively stop this wonderful energy source. This article describes some steps the nuclear power industry must take in order to survive.
John Shanahan, civil engineer, editor allaboutenergy.net: The American 2020 election in November will have perhaps the biggest consequences of any election in its history. CHOICE ONE: huge, even one-world government, where a few ideologues opposed to rules for a Republic established by the Founding Fathers pretend to solve all the country's energy, economic and social problems. CHOICE TWO: small government with maximum freedom for all. The choices are crystal clear and will take the United States either to a beautiful place with plentiful energy and prosperity or to where everyone is dependent on the government in a miserable economy. Wind and solar energy or fossil fuels and nuclear power. Don't decide on the personalities of the individual candidates. Decide on what they will deliver for you and our country.
Richard McPherson, electrical power and grid security expert. He had a career in many aspects of nuclear power and is involved with experts working for the most logical next big development for the United States followed by for the Free World. This will contribute to peace and prosperity and free the logjam holding nuclear power back. In the 1930 - 40s, the world was ill prepared for Hitler and the Nazis and for Imperial Japan. That situation should never be allowed to happen again. To accomplish that, power and prosperity must thrive in free markets around the world. People must have ample incentive to work and be creative. We must respect the environment, nature and bio-diversity. We must get away from extreme fear campaigns and the power they gather.
Dr Kelvin Kemm is the CEO of Nuclear Africa, a nuclear project management company in Pretoria, South Africa. He is a member of the International Board of Advisors of CFACT, Committee For A Constructive Tomorrow. He serves on the Board of Advisors for the website: allaboutenergy.net. Nuclear power is in South Africa’s energy plans. The department of mineral resources and energy minister Gwede Mantashe made this clear in 2019 when he called nuclear a “no regrets option”.