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Dr Michael Fitzpatrick
Monday 25 March 2013
Have politicians had a mental blackout?
There’s a real risk of energy shortages in Britain, yet still the political class is obsessed with cutting fossil fuel use.
Wednesday 14 November 2012
Woudhuysen & Seaman
Energy independence: a misguided pipedream
When will presidential candidates and their backers give up on the crazy idea of American going solo on energy?
Thursday 4 October 2012
Woudhuysen, Kaplinsky & Seaman
How to make blackouts a thing of the past
The key to providing for our energy needs is technological development, not sterile rows about energy sources.
Wednesday 23 May 2012
An energy policy for dimwits
The UK government’s new energy strategy is about muddling through, not powering society forward.
Tuesday 22 May 2012
Bringing new life to dead matter
Human beings have the potential to transform the universe, so let’s not lose sleep about turning it into ‘grey goo’.
Tuesday 27 March 2012
Rare earths and
The US government’s threat to take China to court for hoarding precious elements is more than just a trade dispute.
Thursday 2 February 2012
All this carbon-cutting is a waste of energy
Neither Boris Johnson nor Ken Livingstone is willing to deliver the uninterrupted, cheap energy London needs.
Thursday 22 December 2011
Let’s celebrate the search for the ‘God particle’
The attempt to understand the fundamental laws of nature is a project that everyone - not just scientists - is a part of.
Thursday 3 November 2011
An earthquake under Britain’s energy supply
Climate-obsessed greens are desperate to exploit two tiny tremors to scare the UK away from exploiting shale gas.
Wednesday 12 October 2011
The Fukushima effect
The nuclear accident in Japan brought to the surface the Western world’s irrational fear of this most modern technology.
Monday 12 September 2011
The long road to green serfdom
Germany’s decision to ditch nuclear power should be a wake-up call to all those who favour development.
Thursday 14 July 2011
How green politicking will deepen fuel poverty
British consumers will pay a high price for Chris Huhne’s desire for moral grandstanding on climate change.
Monday 4 July 2011
Who’s really fibbing about Fukushima?
The way greens tried to play up the accident was far more shocking than ministers’ attempts to ‘play it down’.
Thursday 2 June 2011
Nuclear vs climate change: the clash of the alarmists
Germany’s hysterical decision to shut down all its nuclear power plants exposes the dangers of competitive fearmongering.
Monday 16 May 2011
to nuclear power in Italy?
The Italian government has prioritised risk-avoidance and short-term political survival over acute energy needs.
Thursday 5 May 2011
Shale gas: a welcome energy shock
As science writer Matt Ridley describes in a new report, we have a new, abundant source of cheap energy. What’s not to like?
Tuesday 5 April 2011
Keeping the poor in the dark
New World Bank rules restricting support for coal-fired power stations will confine millions to poverty.
Monday 4 April 2011
Fukushima: why greens turned on each other
The reaction to events in Japan shows that fear – of climate change or radiation – trumps old solidarities.
Tuesday 29 March 2011
Fukushima: sounding worse, getting better
Obsessed with the idea of a nuclear meltdown, the doom mongerers are blind to the reality at Fukushima.
Thursday 24 March 2011
My catastrophe is bigger than yours
Anti-nuclear activists’ exploitation of the instability at Fukshima is a historic low point - even for them.
11 June 2013
Let’s call a halt to the worship of whistleblowers
13 June 2013
Twitter: #FreeSpeech or #EthicalCleansing?
14 June 2013:
Why should we care about The Stone Roses?
7 June 2013:
We don’t want a Time Lord for our times
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