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Will Copper Help Prevent the Next Pandemic?

It’s a little-known fact that the element copper kills viruses and bacteria upon contact, in less than a minute; It’s less-known that the typical Western diet is lacking in this …

Why ‘Herd Immunity’ Isn’t the Answer to Solve a Serious Pandemic

As I write this blog post (Saturday, March 14, 2020) there are 142,539 cases of the Novel Coronavirus variant 2019 (COVID-19) in the world and in some countries the total …

Why Global Markets Will Recover from Coronavirus Sooner, Rather Than Later

Every previous depression, recession, or one day sell-off has been caused by things like over-valued stocks, improper economic or financial policy, weak banking regulations, or some other economic, financial, or …

Virus Economics: When Markets Feel Poorly

Fearing that the Coronavirus pandemic might affect their investments, perception became reality for investors in the world’s stock exchanges as markets see their biggest drop in recent years. Money flees …

Solving Britain’s Coal Tip Problem by Building Coastal Resiliency

Mountains of coal tip waste could be put to good use via land reclamation from the sea, thereby protecting the vulnerable UK coastline. The UK has two problems that could …

UK: Leaving the Floodplains Will Save Billions & Needless Misery Every Flood Season

Every year in the UK, billions of pounds sterling are spent to repair the damage caused by successive heavy rainfalls accumulating in the low-lying landscapes commonly known as ‘floodplains’… Isn’t …

Post-Brexit: Building a License-Based Manufacturing Sector

One way to build a healthy export-based manufacturing sector with plenty of UK jobs is via the license-to-build economy. One of the great things about Brexit will be the opportunity …

Brexit: Well, That Only Took 1317 Days!

After a gestation period that would’ve impressed a Brontosaurus (44-months, or 188-weeks if you prefer to measure time by the week, or 1317-days, or 31,608-hours) the UK government finally kept …

Empowering UK Cities to Meet CO2 Targets in the Post-Brexit Era

Whether you believe in global warming and sea level rise or not, most people would agree that breathing clean air is good for the body and that clean air is …

Post-Brexit: Designing a 21st Century Rail Network to Serve Britons Better

One of the great things about Brexit is that the UK will be free to change anything within the remit of the UK government — but without the drag induced …

Will 2020 Be the Year that Britain Shines?

It has been an eventful 2019, hasn’t it? I can hear you saying, ‘Please don’t go there!’, and I don’t blame you a bit for saying it. In the UK …

UK Election 2019: The People Have Spoken & Brexit It Will Be!

It was an historic night in the UK where a formerly weak Conservative government led by Prime Minister Boris Johnson swept to power in a massive majority. Every party in …

How Westminster Politicians Could Help the UK Environment, post-Brexit

Bet You Didn’t Know that Half the World’s Oxygen is Produced by Microscopic Phytoplankton that Live in the Top 6-feet of the World’s Oceans… It’s true. A simple Google search …

What the NHS Could and Should Be in a Post-Brexit World

One of the great things about a post-Brexit Britain is that almost everything in the UK can begin anew, with a clean sheet as it were, and number one on …

Getting Brexit Done Will Allow the UK to Get onto ‘the Good Stuff’

‘What Could be Better than Brexit?’ You Ask Once Brexit is completed, the UK will be perfectly positioned to sign free trade deals with every country in the world. Indeed, …