A lifelong "armchair scientist", I have previously spent 19 years in management and systems analysis, with some conflict resolution. For the last few years I have worked as a cab driver - and enjoyed it.
With the infrastructure of Puerto Rico recently devastated (October 2017), this might be a good time to review the other four US territories. After all,… Read More »Overview of US Territories Energy Infrastructures
Written by Christopher Bergan I have recently had my suspicions reinforced that all people can be like sheep (sheeple?) – and to be perfectly frank,… Read More »Making Nuclear Power an Environmental Topic
By Christopher C. Bergan The whole world is talking about Climate Change. Anthropological Global Warming. Global Disruption. This is planet wide terra-forming with Green House… Read More »Ocean Acidification: An Immediate Threat or Why all the Hubub About Climate Change?
Direct Carbon Fuel Cells are based on coal gasification technology. This technology has already been around for about a century and may yet prove to… Read More »DCFC: An Ecologically Friendly Technology
by Michael Mann The R. E Ginna nuclear power plant was planned and built in the early 1960’s during a time of great hope, fear… Read More »The R. E. Ginna Nuclear Power Plant’s Future Is Important