Windmills versus nuclear energy

Don’t let HBO’s well-known five-part series Chernobyl (HBOIMDbWikipedia) demonize all nuclear power in your mind.  It made this kid excited to read Mac MacDowell’s essential June 3 short article here at American Thinker.  In “Rare Earth Minerals and Thorium,” MacDowell discusses a different type of nuclear reactor that would do more than simply help us produce tidy energy.  “Global warmists” would do well to read it.

If that short article drifts your boat, then you may likewise listen to the podcast of John Miller, a trader.  In “Wind ‘Farms’ = Ineffective Power Plants,” Mr. Miller reports on a “wind farm,” a term he has no usage for, being prepared near Columbia, Missouri.  He then goes on to sing the praises of nuclear energy, and the whole thing is quite satisfying and helpful.  His design is down-home and he makes technical matters accessible.  (If you like Miller’s podcast, you can discover more of them here and here, but they’re quite diverse.)  Here’s the Instagram map of the proposed wind farm Miller refers to in the podcast.

Don’t let HBO’s well-known five-part series Chernobyl (HBOIMDbWikipedia) demonize all nuclear power in your mind.  It made this kid eager to read Mac MacDowell’s crucial June 3 post here at American Thinker.  In “Rare Earth Minerals and Thorium,” MacDowell discusses a various type of nuclear reactor that would do more than simply aid us produce tidy energy.  “Global warmists” would do well to read it.

If that article floats your boat, then you may also listen to the podcast of John Miller, a trader.  In “Wind ‘Farms’ = Ineffective Power Plants,” Mr. Miller reports on a “wind farm,” a term he has no usage for, being prepared near Columbia, Missouri.  He then goes on to sing the applauds of nuclear energy, and the entire thing is quite enjoyable and useful.  His style is down-home and he makes technical matters accessible.  (If you like Miller’s podcast, you can find more of them here and here, however they’re rather eclectic.)  Here’s the Instagram map of the proposed wind farm Miller refers to in the podcast.

Jon N. Hall of ULTRACON OPINION is a developer from Kansas City.

.