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Post-nuclear: After Fukushima, a global push for renewables

11/21/2011 05:54 PM EST
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DrQuine
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re: Post-nuclear: After Fukushima, a global push for renewables
DrQuine   11/21/2011 6:18:46 PM
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Many operating plants have reached the end of their originally planned operating lives. Ironically, current concerns about the safety of nuclear power may prevent the construction of safer new facilities that incorporate the lessons learned over the past decades and by default extend the use of old plants beyond their intended lifespans.

krisi
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re: Post-nuclear: After Fukushima, a global push for renewables
krisi   11/21/2011 9:21:20 PM
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The future of nuclear energy can be answered with one simple poll: would you like to have a nuclear facility build 10km away from your house? Let's see how many "yes" we will get...Kris

resistion
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re: Post-nuclear: After Fukushima, a global push for renewables
resistion   3/3/2012 2:20:17 AM
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What's the status of Fukushima now. The plants are not all cleaned up now, are they?

krisi
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re: Post-nuclear: After Fukushima, a global push for renewables
krisi   3/3/2012 4:16:12 AM
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I think it will take several years to clean it up partially @resistion...and thousands years to clean it up fully...look at the Chernobyl as an example...Kris

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