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How fear of nuclear power is hurting the environment (Michael Shellenberger) USofA
28.Oct.2018
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Michael Shellenberger, Founder - President of Environmental Progress: Humanity stagnated for thousands of years plundering the environment and using slave power. Along came fossil fuels and did away with most of that suffering. See Vaclav Smil - ENERGY AND CIVILIZATION A HISTORY. Then along came extreme environmentalists in the 1960s and countries supporting them determined to make North America, Europe, Japan and South Africa energy poor in order to rule over them. Now comes an excellent advocate for humanity and the environment, Michael Shellenberger. See the video of his TED talk about nuclear and the environment.

France has a great nuclear power program and a beautiful environment from ocean coastlines to beautiful cities, rural landscapes, rivers and mountains. On the other hand the California government and anti-nuclear organizations are forcing the closing of their nuclear plants and opting for wind and solar. Where will California be in 30 years. They will have a satellite in the sky monitoring their reduction in carbon dioxide production. They will have thousands of giant wind turbines slicing birds and bats out of the sky and solar photo voltaic panels on roofs and across valleys. Then the maintenance, repair, replacement and recycling will begin and keep thousands of Californians busy with nation-building work. France has a great nuclear power program and a beautiful environment from ocean coastlines to beautiful cities, rural landscapes, rivers and mountains. On the other hand the California government and anti-nuclear organizations are forcing the closing of their nuclear plants and opting for wind and solar. Where will California be in 30 years. They will have a satellite in the sky monitoring their reduction in carbon dioxide production. They will have thousands of giant wind turbines slicing birds and bats out of the sky and solar photo voltaic panels on roofs and across valleys. Then the maintenance, repair, replacement and recycling will begin and keep thousands of Californians busy with nation-building work.
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