July 24th, 2022 | 58 mins 50 secs
california, climate change, electricity, energy crisis, gavin newsom, homelessness, nuclear energy
6-time author and host of the Power Hungry Podcast Robert Bryce sits down with Emmet to talk about the downfall of California and its war on the poor, his time covering the Branch Davidian trials, our troubled electric grid, the balkanization of America, and more!
March 1st, 2022 | 53 mins 41 secs
climate change, economics, energy, freedom, green energy, history, industrial revolution, liberty, marx, solar, wealth, wind
Scholar John Constable joins Emmet to discuss his recent lecture given at the Mont Pelerin Society last year entitled, "Misconceptions of the 'Industrial Revolution': Prospects for Individual Liberty in the Post-Pandemic Era." They discuss the discursive fiction of the "industrial revolution" and its uses, the green energy transition's misguidedness, economics' backwardness, why energy is the key to liberty, and more!
May 18th, 2021 | 1 hr 4 mins
angela merkel, biden, carbon emissions, climate change, cold war, eu, european union, france, fukushima, germany, ipcc, nordstream, nuclear energy, renewable energy, russia
Mark Nelson returns to the pod to explain Germany's Energiwende policy and its dependence on Nordstream 2 pipeline from Russia.
May 4th, 2021 | 54 mins 13 secs
aoc, bernie sanders, byron, climate change, diablo canyon, dresden, electrical grid, environmentalism, green new deal, green nuclear deal, indian point, indisutrial policy, nrdc, nuclear energy, renewable energy, sierra club, texas
Founder of the Campaign for a Green Nuclear Deal, Madison Czerwinski, sits down with Emmet to talk about the closure of the Indian Point nuclear plant in New York, the status of the US nuclear fleet, and what a nuclear future could look like.
March 2nd, 2021 | 1 hr 6 mins
climate change, coal, electrical grid, energy markets, energy twitter, free markets, gas, nuclear power, oil, renewables, rick perry, solar power, texas, the grid, wind power
Emmet talks with energy analyst Mark Nelson about how the Texas grid almost completely collapsed and what that means for our future.