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efc at swisscows.email efc at swisscows.email
Sat Apr 15 10:00:24 UTC 2023

Hello Tara,

Just out of curiousity, how many scientists where present, lecturing 
before the vote about SMR:s, modern safety systems and so on?

Or was that homework that everyone was expected to do themselves before 

Best regards,

On Sat, 15 Apr 2023, Tara Maya via extropy-chat wrote:

> My brother spoke on this to the California congress in Sacramento, but unfortunately the vote on the bill went against nuclear
> energy. One of the politicians asked him, "Why should I vote for something that could go wrong and make me look bad, but won't bring
> any benefits?" (paraphrasing; I wasn't there). My brother realized there's still a lot of work to do to change the popular opinion on
> nuclear.
> Tara Maya
>       On Mar 2, 2023, at 9:32 PM, spike jones via extropy-chat <extropy-chat at lists.extropy.org> wrote:
> I set that aside before, since we are witnessing what I perceive as a
> remarkable turnaround in the fortunes of nuclear power.  40 years ago, a
> generation of students were graduating with nuclear engineering degrees
> expecting to get jobs in the industry.  About that time, the USA turned its
> back on the notion.  I think we are seeing this world turn once again to
> what plenty of environmentalists now see as a critically important power
> source for baseline generation.  I am seeing signs of it everywhere.
> spike

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