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November 20, 2007 06:20 AM UTC

The Co-Founder of Greenpeace..... now a nuclear advocate!

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  • by: Sir Robin

I find this conversion fascinating. Even more so, how the article is written. I’d love to hear from CoPols readers on this one.

http://www.wired.com…

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7 thoughts on “The Co-Founder of Greenpeace….. now a nuclear advocate!

  1. A few oranges in there.

    The main purpose of nuclear is to produce electricity, although that could increasingly be used for mobility.  For hydrogen, probably mobile alone.  Fusion can do both, and conservation can apply to any possible energy consumption.

    Wood burning, anyone?

  2. Hydrogen is merely a way to provide power. It’s not a source the same is electrical transmission lines are not a source.

    As to what to use now, my preference is Nuclear & conversation while we keep working on solar, wind (and wave – ok mom?).

      1. …using the flow of the Hudson River with the hope of laying down generators in the not so distant future. 

        We can get a lot of energy out of rivers without damming them.  Each one is unique in its ability to do so and the hardware required.

        When I was a lifeguard here a zillion years ago I watched the coastal current hour after hour, always moving, always right (north) to left (south).  Sure, it’s slow, but it is constant and massive in sheer water movement. (I also watched a lot of other beach nature……)

        Then, there’s the daddy of them all, the Gulf Stream.  If we can make electricity at Four Corners and send it to LA, we can do it with the Gulf Stream.

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