Black wrote:I think its the Italians who have also recently headed off down the anti-nuclear road too.
International monitoring is a step forward but saying there are no alternative is an odd statement.
waxer00 wrote:it`s not an easy problem .there are so many factors to bring to the table .but i fear there could be a modicum of social engineering being employed to steer the masses into the direction big business/governments want us to go.
first create a problem i.e.global financial breakdown /recession,and then offer the cheapest/short term solution that sounds sexy on paper and in soundbites(regardless of longterm health risks known or otherwise)to hoodwink the plebian hordes .
waxer00 wrote: i agree that renewables at the present time will not fill the energy hole(without coal and nuclear),but it` a fledgling industry which will surely ,over time, become more and more efficient.
waxer00 wrote: ignore the renewable industry at our peril,somebody in the not too distant future will make big bucks out of it.we must be at the vanguard,not outside looking in.
staying with nuclear is a cop out environmentally ,politically and economically.
He says, switching on his 50" plasma and boiling his kettle.
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