Launceton — One of humankind’s most enduring weaknesses is to assume that the way things are now will somehow persist into the future, and that current trends are inexorable.

This thinking is behind the often repeated view that renewable energy sources, such as wind and solar, cannot replace thermal electricity generation, such as coal and natural gas...

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