YES! It’s clear - nuclear is too dangerous to be used for anything.
75%
NO! Nuclear energy will help get us off foreign oil.
25%

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William King's picture
William King 7 years 47 weeks ago

We have had nuke plants for 50 years without a Chernobyl. Perhaps we are lucky Chernobyl happened as a warning, but until a safer form of energy is in place to replace the power we get from the plants now supplying energy, I think we should keep them and maintain strong safety measures to insure we continue to avoid disasters. Also develop additional layers of safety around the plants.

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David J. Cyr 7 years 47 weeks ago

"Please don’t get me wrong: I’m not trying to be pro-nuclear. I’m just pro-arithmetic."
— David J. C. MacKay, Professor of Natural Philosophy, in the Department of Physics, at Cambridge University

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