The dim future of the nuclear industry

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HowardE
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The dim future of the nuclear industry

Post by HowardE » Fri Oct 18, 2013 4:02 pm

No, that is not _my_ conclusion. Read the attached, detailed report!
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Re: The dim future of the nuclear industry

Post by charles.carlson » Mon Oct 21, 2013 12:56 am

I have to admit, Howarde, you have a knack for finding the most propaganda-riddled report, when it comes to painting the industry in a negative way. I started reading the report, but I stopped after the foreword by Peter Bradford. Between this and his presentation in the Boston video link you provided, to me it's clear that this is a very bitter man. The NRC must have really done him wrong and he is out to get them. He's is mad and it shows.

Anyway, I guess thank you for posting the link, but I'd much rather you posted *your* questions about nuclear. We might then be able to have a reasonable conversation.
Never memorize something that you can look up - Einstein

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Re: The dim future of the nuclear industry

Post by Helen22 » Tue Dec 31, 2013 3:11 pm

charles.carlson wrote:Anyway, I guess thank you for posting the link, but I'd much rather you posted *your* questions about nuclear. We might then be able to have a reasonable conversation.
Don't encourage him ;-)
"Everything should be made as simple as possible, but not simpler" - A. Einstein

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