It’s a complicated world, the uranium space.
First off, you’ve got the danger, death and disinformation.
And these are working at the highest levels of global politics – it’s widely believed that the Chernobyl disaster played a key role in ending the Cold War, and that the Soviet government’s inability to tell the truth to its own people about its nuclear programme undermined its legitimacy.
Then there’s the Fukushima issue, and the irradiation of fish in the Pacific and local water in general, which set the cause of nuclear back at least a decade.Problems, problems.But the pro-nuclear lobby have salient counter-arguments .By some reckonings deaths from nuclear power are 99% lower than they are from coal, if you factor in the effects of pollution, emissions, and mining accidents. Yes, there may be long term toxicity issues from nuclear, but balancing those against the immediate costs in human lives is nuanced, to say […]
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