Elaine Luria gets one right

Luria seeks to boost nuclear energy

It doesn’t happen often, but when she’s right I’ll say so.

Now, on to Thorium.

3 thoughts on “Elaine Luria gets one right

  1. Some environmentalists have a fundamental problem when they want greener energy sources but are against nuclear power for environmental reasons. There is no free lunch. Any solution involves costs and risks. I agree with Luria and anybody else – even you – who thinks that nuclear power can play an important role in future energy policy.

    Find the most remote and god-foresaken location, build multiple plants there to a standard design, dig a deep hole for the waste and start feeding electricity to the grid.

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