Can Nuclear Power be Green?

SlowFacts

Selected material taken from a lecture presented on 24 September, 2019 at San Diego City College.  7,000 words by Rob Morse

What do you know?

When we say, “I’m sure this is true.” we’re saying that we understand the contextual limits of our knowledge. I’m thinking of statements like ‘This food is good for you.’ or ‘This material is appropriate for this use.’ We live and die by knowing if statements like that are true.. except statements can be true in one context and not true in another. Here is an example that happened to me the other day.

I have a friend who I’ve trusted with my life, and I will trust her again. She is completely trustworthy most of the time, but I can not trust her to walk by a French bakery early in the morning.

I hope you have such trustworthy friends.. and that you learn…

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2 Responses to Can Nuclear Power be Green?

  1. kidme37 says:

    We should be building these all over the place. 100% safe. We would be too if the CO2 warming story wasn’t bullshit.

    Thorium Molten salt reactors.

    Like

  2. Pingback: Can Nuclear Power be Green? — The zombie apocalypse survival homestead | Vermont Folk Troth

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