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"more simple than some of the absurdly complex things things humans have invented, like the capitalist economy."
If you think of it in these terms, you're right. I just thought that it must be much, much easier to determine what kind of energy use had what effects at what costs (before I began reading about the issues).
Thanks for the graphs, I already thought that Gabriel must be wrong. The SPD is obviously still very fond of the idea that coal might still play an important role in the 21. century.
On the other hand, uranium is also slowly depleting. We really need to focus more on the demand side, IMHO.

"If you know your enemies and know yourself, you will not be imperiled in a hundred battles." Sun Tzu
by Turambar (sersguenda at hotmail com) on Thu Jul 12th, 2007 at 04:25:56 AM EST
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