By Arveent Kathirtchelvan As a direct follow-up of the previous article on nuclear power, this article will further focus on what can be done with the electricity provided by it. First thing to focus on would be where this electricity is to be used. If we are to target electrifying different modes of transportation that … Continue reading Proactive Reindustrialisation, Part 2: Rare-earth elements
By Arveent Kathirtchelvan Amongst members of the cabinet, YBM Yeo Bee Yin manages to consistently get numerous plaudits on her achievements and qualifications. The Cambridge postgraduate never fails to impress the masses with her strong stances and boldness in handling environmental matters alongside scientific advancement. However, it seems that this universal acclaim is misguided, as … Continue reading MESTECC, The Best Ministry?
By Arveent Kathirtchelvan The following article is a reply to YB Wong Tack’s comment on Australian High Commissioner to Malaysia, Andrew Goledzinowski. Legislative Proof YB Wong probably thinks he has cornered the Australian High Commissioner to Malaysia by using such fancy words as corporate malfeasance but let me counter his arguments by a simpler term: … Continue reading Wong Tack Disappoints Again on Lynas
By Arveent Kathirtchelvan I am not even surprised anymore at how seemingly nobody is doing their due diligence in learning about Lynas before commenting on it. Since I have extensively covered this topic factually in Liberasi, let me take a different route in replying to Mr. Dennis Ignatius’s article titled ‘Lynas, a betrayal of trust’. … Continue reading Spilling the Tea on Lynas
By Arveent Kathirtchelvan Lynas Revisited Another day, another twist in the Lynas saga. This time, though, a positive turn as Tun Mahathir conceded recently in Tokyo that Lynas will be given a new operating license. I was jubilant, Liberasi was jubilant, as our friends in Lynas were finally vindicated. Moreover, when YB Xavier Jeyakumar added … Continue reading Our Environmentalists Should Not be Broken Mouthpieces
By Arveent Kathirtchelvan WLP Front And Centre On the 4th of May 2019, I went to the Lynas Advanced Material Plant (LAMP) in Gebeng, Pahang for a site visit planned a few weeks ago. Along with me was Dr. Syukri from the Malaysian Nuclear Society (MNS) and my parents, who came along to support me. … Continue reading The Sole Left Fist Clenched for Lynas
By Arveent Kathirtchelvan I found out recently, to, honestly, no real surprise, that the Malaysian Nuclear Power Corporation (MNPC) has finally been decided to be closed. This devastated me to no end, and annoyed me the same amount. I thought of all the nuclear experts I have met so far, all the PhDs, all that … Continue reading We Are Wasting Our Potential