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Sunday, June 27, 2010

WPPSS and/or Trojan Phoenix

This article published today is an excellent summation of the Pacific Northwest's experience with and view toward nuclear energy over the last several decades. Of course, there is the usual error so common now that tells us that TMI-2 and Chernobyl killed off nuclear energy here in the US (remember that the orders for new nuclear plants had already tailed off and stopped, and project cancellations started before TMI happened with no new contracts since 1978) but we can excuse that for now. This article is another in a great string of very sensible summations of nuclear energy in terms of correcting the mass viewpoint and I like it.

Most amazing is the 62% "for nuclear" Gallup poll result. It's time!

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