Worrying About Carbon Dioxide Gas? Nuclear Power the Only Serious Generation Option

If human-generated carbon dioxide gas is a problem, the only serious solution is nuclear power. It’s that simple. Nuclear power is only stand-alone power generation system that does not generate carbon dioxide gas during the process and delivers power 24 x 365, irrespective of the weather or where the Sun sits in the sky. The […]

Anti-Nuke Activists Afraid of Safe, Reliable & Affordable Nuclear Power

If you want people to toe the line, make them afraid. It’s worked a treat for the anti-economic progress crowd in their campaign against nuclear power. It’s the same insidious force that has millions of Australians constantly locked down, cowering under their quilts, thanks to the threat of a virus that’s on a par with […]

Nuclear Power: Quite Simply the World’s Cleanest & Safest Power Generation System

The profiteers that wallow in the subsidies for unreliable and intermittent wind and solar hate nuclear, principally because it works, 24×365, irrespective of the weather or time-of-day. Nuclear power is the only stand-alone power generation source that does not emit carbon dioxide gas during the process. And by reference to the amount of power it […]

No-Brainer: Nuclear Power Only Solution For Those Fretting About Carbon Dioxide Gas

Nuclear power is the only stand-alone power generation source that does not generate carbon dioxide gas in the process. So why is it that those fretting about human-generated carbon dioxide gas aren’t screaming its merits from the rooftops? There are plenty among them who fit the category of ‘human hater’ – the kind who see […]

Worried About Carbon Dioxide Gas? Then Start Promoting Nuclear Power, Right Now!

The character who frets about human generated carbon dioxide gas and who isn’t talking about a nuclear-powered future, will never be taken seriously. Nuclear power is the only stand-alone power generation system that does not emit carbon dioxide gas in the process. And, whereas wind and solar are hopelessly unreliable and chaotically intermittent, nuclear power […]

New Nuclear Plants Herald Affordable & Reliable Energy Future For United Arab Emirates

There’s a simple reason that STT backs nuclear power: it works. Delivering affordable power 24 x 365 is the name of the game, something wind and solar are incapable of delivering, and which some 450 nuclear plants around the world have been doing day in day out, for years. Amongst the climate hysterics it’s easy […]

Let’s Get Serious: Net-Zero CO2 Emissions Means 100% Nuclear Power

Left to weather obsessed lunatics, we’d all be left sitting freezing or boiling in the dark. And were not talking about the pasty-faced ghouls who glue themselves to roads. No, the people who can do the most damage are those with real skin in the game. The latest wheeze is the push for eliminating carbon […]

Nuclear Nudge: Everyone Talking About Nuclear Power After America’s Deadly Big Freeze

Shattered dreams, dashed hopes and heavy hearts are the order of the day amongst wind and solar acolytes – thanks to the avoidable energy disasters playing out in America and Germany, during a bitter northern hemisphere winter. Sure, there are a desperate few still hanging on to the hope that it will all blow over, […]

Where Never Reliable Wind & Solar Perpetually Fail, Ever Reliable Nuclear Power Just Works

Renewable energy rent seekers hate nuclear power for the same reasons we promote it: it works 24 x 365, whatever the weather and delivers power that people can afford. Anyone claiming that carbon dioxide gas is destroying the planet and not promoting nuclear power simply can’t be taken seriously. Neither can anyone still suggesting that […]

From Little Things Big Things Grow: Australia’s Nuclear Powered Future Starts With SMRs

STT promotes nuclear power because it works: safe, affordable and reliable it’s the perfect foil for those obsessed about carbon dioxide gas – because it doesn’t generate any, while generating power on demand. One of the feeble ‘arguments’ against it, is that nuclear power plants are of such vast scale that they take longer to […]