Two definitions of power, McJobs in the context of the social implications of energy policy, and the perennial question “what does the House of Thurn und Taxis have to do with the regulated utility model, and what can that teach us about alternatives to profit–maximizing capitalism?” (Also why there are special coffee mugs for nuclear power plant refueling outages, and an update on the film transfer situation.)
- 2022–04–05 Energy and the Need for Nuclear Power (1987), by Professor Peter (PMS) Jones, Chief Economic Adviser to the UK Atomic Energy Authority. My scan of the booklet for those who would like to see the figures.
- 2022–04–08 Selections from Uranium Supply and Demand 1978 (proceedings of the Uranium Institute symposium), primarily “The View from Washington” by Llewellen King ; and nearly all (why do I keep doing that?) of “Nuclear Power and the Groupe de Bellerive”, a book review of sorts by LG Brookes, Economics Advisor, UKAEA, from ATOM №276 (1979 October) ― my scan of the magazine is here.