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[cdn-nucl-l] The Future of Nuclear Power
The Future of Nuclear Power: Growth opportunities, market risk and the
impact of future technologies
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€ 1 528,00
What makes information believable? Scientific process? Hearing it from a
trusted friend? Paying lots of money?
I glanced through the table of contents and the advertising for the
above report. I did not see anything that I found surprising. I think
that radiation hormesis is not addressed. So I could write this report
off the top in about an hour and email it for free. Would anyone believe
it? Oh well, maybe some people will buy it and believe it.
I recently had a discussion with a politician about nuclear power via
email. He found my responses totally unbelievable, and broke off the
exchange. I wasn't telling him what he wanted to hear, i.e. what he
senses will get votes. It is always easier to speak the truth to get
votes, but when you have to speak things that you are not sure about
just to get votes things get a bit stickier. Politics in Ontario is
going to get sticky in this way. I wonder if I can get Ottawa to submit
a bid to be the site for the proposed spent fuel repository?
Randal Leavitt - another Ubuntu user