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Environmental Case for Nuclear Power: Economic, Medical, and Political Considerations

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Morris, a retired chemistry teacher, argues against opponents of nuclear power, saying they overestimate its danger. He compares fossil fuels and nuclear power, asserting that nuclear power offers a vast potential improvement over toxic pollution by fossil fuel use, while arguing that other alternat
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Published July 1st 2000 by Paragon House
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Mike
Jul 22, 2014 Mike rated it liked it
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I agree with the author's premise that nuclear power is the best solution but the book needs to be updated. Specifically he needs to address the security updates post 9/11. He also needs to address the Fukashima accident snd the differences between the Japanese emergency planning and exercising versus what we do in the U.S. Additionally the natural gas from fracking is undercutting nuclear power which is counter to some of his arguments. That being said nuclear power is still the best long term ...more
Dick
Jun 26, 2008 Dick rated it liked it
Recommends it for: John Ziagos
Recommended to Dick by: Don Leach
Three Stars so far.... Of course I happen to pretty much agree with the author's views of the anti-nuke folks and the burn more oil and coal proponents.
Karl Schempp
Jul 08, 2008 Karl Schempp rated it really liked it
If you are not sure about nuclear power, read this and learn how we need to get off of coal. Cough, Cough.
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Right on the issues, but a bit boring to read.
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