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New Scientist Letter of The Week

Letters - 25 March 2009 - New Scientist

From Guy Cox
The assumption that nuclear power will still be available by the end of this century flies in the face of even the most optimistic estimates of uranium reserves.

Uranium - Wikipedia ...the reserves are good for thousands of years

It was my mistake to buy a copy to read on the train, full of tosh like that, and the blog ain't much better...

New Scientist Short Sharp Science Blog:
Saturday, April 04, 2009
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eeyore is cute!

And more importantly Climate Audit is critical today.

Comments

Reserves or Resources?

Still, your point is made.

Peak radioactives?

There was an advert stating that the US would run out of coal in less than twenty years. Published in June 1922. Coincidentally, by a company trying to get government money to build a dam for hydroelectric power...

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