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The grantland oral history of the National: an absolute must read https://t.co/FAlBJEVfEz https://t.co/x2Y2sxRq73
I think it always has to be subsidized. It is not an economical way to produce power.
Nuclear power is costly in so many ways. And it takes great inputs of oil and coal to mine, refine, and concentrate uranium, transport materials, and construct plants (mixing concrete, etc.). Richard Heinberg's The Party's Over: Oil, War and the Fate of Industrial Societies (Gabriola Island, BC: New Society, 2008) addresses nuclear power's potential to replace fossil fuels. Heinberg concludes that it isn't feasible. This goes into great detail on the fossil-fuel intensive process:http://www.resilience.org/stories/2006-05-11/does-nuclear-power-produce-no-co2/
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