In this issue:
- New interview on fossil fuels
- Power Hour: Chernobyl, Bloomberg’s anti-coal pledge, another failed climate prediction
- The Human Flourishing Project: The lesson I relearned from my new dog
New interview on fossil fuels
I recently did a 2-hour interview with the show Exploring Minds on the moral case for fossil fuels. We covered a lot of ground including:
- How I came to my views
- Why I debate fossil fuel opponents
- Why we use fossil fuels
- How we create, not deplete resources
- Nuclear power and the reason people oppose it
- The problems with wind and solar
- Venezuela and North Korea as “green” nations
- How to think about climate
I also had the opportunity to share some of the ideas I’ve developed while working on The Moral Case for Fossil Fuels 2.0. You can listen to the entire interview here.
Power Hour: Chernobyl, Bloomberg’s anti-coal pledge, another failed climate prediction
Once again I was unable to record Power Hour, but my colleagues Don and Steffen stepped in to cover six topics:
- The lessons of Chernobyl
- The future of Germany’s nuclear industry
- Bloomberg uses his wealth to make us poor
- Another failed climate prediction
- China threatens to cut off US rare earth metal supply
- How regulations are making us waste natural gas
The Human Flourishing Project: The lesson I relearned from my new dog
On the latest episode of The Human Flourishing Project I discuss one of my favorite lessons I’ve learned about learning—which I have recently relearned with my new puppy, Sherlock.
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