Nuclear Fusion: Meet the world’s first fuel crisis before the reactor is even invented

After decades of research, nuclear fusion is poised for a breakthrough that promises to solve Earth’s energy problems forever, but some experts are already claiming we have run out of important fuel source before the reactors are even online.  Thomas Malthus first proposed the modern concept of scarcity in 1798.  He has been proven wrong… Continue reading Nuclear Fusion: Meet the world’s first fuel crisis before the reactor is even invented

The experts are always wrong: A declining population leads to economic stagnation, upending 50 years of environmental wisdom and invalidating global warming models all at once

Two new studies show how the infamous population bomb goes bust, negative growth makes the world more likely to end in a long, slow, pathetic whimper, and almost every single climate model should be retracted, but I’m not holding my breath... In 1968, Stanford University Professor Paul R. Ehrlich kicked off the modern era of… Continue reading The experts are always wrong: A declining population leads to economic stagnation, upending 50 years of environmental wisdom and invalidating global warming models all at once