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Who’s really drinking the nuclear Kool-Aid?

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Here’s an article that readers might be interested in taking a look at.

I can’t help but find the headline a little ironic.

I’m pleased to see many familiar names injecting some reason and fact-based analysis into the discussion thread, but by all means, pop over there and leave a comment if you feel so inclined.

Quite possibly a new level of nonsense from Amory Lovins, too:

“…about as fat a terrorist target as you can imagine. It is not necessary to fly a plane into a nuclear plant or storm a plant and take over a control room in order to cause that material to be largely released. You can often do it from outside the site boundary with things the terrorists would have readily available.”

Dare I ask, how?

Written by Luke Weston

July 19, 2008 at 8:24 am

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