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RE: Just barely off topic: Can Nuclear Energy ever be "sustainable?"



Title: Just barely off topic: Can Nuclear Energy ever be "sustainable?"
Kevin Dick wrote (in part) --
 
> Fusion could be.  In some aspects it already is.  It’s always just 30 years away.  They’ve sustained that for over 50 years
 
Proving that hope and optimism (and quite possibly, bullsh*t) are all renewable resources. 
 
SB
 
 


From: Kevin I Dick [mailto:dick@unr.edu]
Sent: Thursday, September 06, 2007 2:36 PM
To: John Calcagni; Butner, R Scott; P2 Tech list serve
Subject: RE: Just barely off topic: Can Nuclear Energy ever be "sustainable?"

While Fission isn’t sustainable, Fusion could be.  In some aspects it already is.  It’s always just 30 years away.  They’ve sustained that for over 50 years.

 

(Thanks to you non-Nevadans for your Yucca Mtn. concerns.)

 

Kevin Dick

Business Environmental Program

NSBDC-UNR

(775) 689-6677

dick@unr.edu

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