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MilitarismFTL Donating Member (37 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue May-04-10 08:06 AM
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67. Yes, indeed.
Because coal is the way to go? I think the idea is that we should be searching for different alt energy solutions. People who nay-say nuclear technology seem to be using 1975 models when comparing to other types of energy. I can't imagine how ridiculous it would seem to shift to solar/wind based on the relative prices of those alt energy technologies in 1975. Here, how about you do some of your own research like I did and come to your own conclusions. My research is posted here: http://policytotheleft.blogspot.com/2010/03/nuclear-pow...

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