[ExI] THE END for nuclear power

Mirco Romanato painlord2k at libero.it
Sat Mar 26 00:33:19 UTC 2011

Il 25/03/2011 8.58, Eugen Leitl ha scritto:
> On Thu, Mar 24, 2011 at 07:48:13PM -0700, F. C. Moulton wrote:

>> How abut instead of arguing forth and back about what is and is
>> not rational the persons making the various claims develop some
>> actual numbers.

> If you want actual numbers, and how early stages of transition look
> like, look at Germany.

Look at how Ms. Merkle, fearing to be kicked out for losing the next
elections, will exit from the nuclear power (for electoral reasons)
after she decided to stay in the nuclear power (for economic reasons).
Mainly, look at how Mr. Merkle (Germany in general) will try to raise
the costs of energy for all the European countries pushing some union
harmonization of security standards for nuclear power plants.
France will resist, Poland is raising the middle finger and calling them
hysterics. Hell, in Italy the proponents of nuclear power are not giving

>> And since locations vary pick a location; perhaps New Orleans or
>> perhaps some place in Japan.  Pick a site;  state all of your
>> assumptions; state

> Japan is way, way better off than Gulf.

The North of Japan is way better off than the Gulf?
Climate or what? Maybe  wealth? About the wealth: how they become so
wealthy, compared with the Gulf? Maybe they used their skilled and
learned work force to produce goods using their low cost nuclear energy

Leggimi su Extropolitica Blog <http://extropolitca.blogspot.com/>

Leggimi su Estropico Blog <http://estropico.blogspot.com/>

*Mirco Romanato*

Inglese  Italiano <javascript:void(0);>
*nouns: *uscita, uscita (di scena), morte
*verbs: *uscire, andare via

Nessun virus nel messaggio.
Controllato da AVG - www.avg.com
Versione: 10.0.1204 / Database dei virus: 1498/3528 -  Data di rilascio: 25/03/2011

More information about the extropy-chat mailing list