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Well, to be fair, he was noting how convenient it was for the nuclear industry, not suggesting that it was a plot.
by Colman (colman at eurotrib.com) on Wed Jan 4th, 2006 at 08:58:56 AM EST
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The pro-nuclear lobby is currently pushing very hard through Europe; in UK the debate has been more or less officially reopened a few months ago (and at the moment BBC coverage is quite indulgent, on the verge of being partisan), and it even resurfaced in Italy, as it happens every time the oil prices go up (this time with a peak-oil twist). The awful truth is that nuclear looks like a good solution to Kyoto-induced constraints and oncoming oil scarcity.

So I would excuse "conspiracy-theorist" reactions, they are just picking up the general feeling that the pro-nuclear lobby might have a chance in the next couple of years.

by toyg (g.lacava@gmail.com) on Thu Jan 5th, 2006 at 04:32:08 AM EST
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