Russian Nukes, Ukrainian Nuclear Power Plants, and Australian Uranium

Russian Nukes, Ukrainian Nuclear Power Plants, and Australian Uranium

While the world frets over nuclear war, and the stability of Ukraine’s nuclear reactors during the Russian invasion, a profound shift has taken place in Europe’s nuclear power policy. Almost as profound as what happened in South Korea, in fact.

After campaigning most ardently indeed against nuclear power for many years, South Korea’s President Moon recently said that South Korea should use nuclear power as its primary source for the next 60 years!

Interestingly, it’s news that I can’t find on any mainstream Western media source…

Now, I know Australians hate nuclear power even more than Putin. But the Europeans seem to be facing an actual choice between the two.You see, their attempt to go green without nuclear power has landed them dependent on Russian gas instead of just the weather.Initially, the result was just the recent inclusion of gas and nuclear power in the EU taxonomy on sustainable activities — basically […]

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