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Re: [cdn-nucl-l] Get drinking water from the sea via nucleartechnology, say experts
"seems almost" ??
on 10/21/02 2:47 AM, AtomicRod@aol.com at AtomicRod@aol.com wrote:
> In a message dated 10/21/02 12:14:30 AM, firstname.lastname@example.org writes:
>> "Nuclear energy provides an inexpensive, non-polluting means of
>> desalinating water, and is accessible to everyone," said Abdelhamid
>> Mekki-Berrada, head of the Association of Atomic Engineers of Morocco
>> (AIGAM), which has co-organised the three-day meeting with the World
>> Council of Nuclear Workers (WONUC).
>> However WONUC acknowledged that the use of nuclear energy to desalinate
>> water continues to run up against the obstacle of the anti-nuclear
>> lobby, which "categorically opposes anything containing the slightest
>> hint of nuclear energy".
> Of course they do. They are in the antinuclear industry. It is their
> profession to oppose the development of nuclear energy technologies.
> Why should that stop those that understand reality from doing their job. Who
> are we afraid of? Public opinion can be changed; it will just take some work
> and as much dedication to our positive task as others have shown on the
> opposing task.
> When you understand just how important abundant energy is to the very
> survival of so many humans, it seems almost immoral to accept the idea that
> we should stop or even slow nuclear developments just because there are vocal
> Rod Adams
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