Energy discussions to date have involved mostly opinions and hypothetical concerns, and too little use of real-world data. This report examines the facts on alternative energy sources and assesses whether they are, in fact, worthy competitors to nuclear.
In 1897, House Bill 246 proposed that the Indiana Legislature change the value of Pi to 3.0:
A lot of wrong lessons are being pushed on us, about the tragedy now unfolding in Japan. All the scare-talk about radiation is irrelevant.
The public has been told so many things about nuclear power that are confusing or just plain wrong, that some of the basic physical facts should be clarified. The best way to do this was invented over 2000 years ago by the philosopher Socrates.