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Old 03-27-2019, 02:29 PM   #5445 (permalink)
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Environuts either don't care if we live in the stone-age, or are ignorant of the fact that if you have a problem with every single man-made thing, then you don't get electricity. Fortunately, the nuts are the minority of people, but they can still cause a lot of disruption and expense to complete projects.

I'm a humanist; all other factors are secondary and should serve the human interest.

Short term I see nuke floundering, but long term I think it will be the dominant electricity source. People will forget the 3 nuke accidents and technology will improve. Waste is a non-issue because storing it isn't a problem, and it's potentially useful as fuel again.

Wind is cheaper than solar, so I expect that to have greater gains outside of CA.
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