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What would you consider sufficient empirical evidence to change your view on nuclear?

How about: a commercial entity building a plant on time, on budget, without subsidy, and without the State providing unlimited liability insurance? And then operating it safely, and disposing of all the waste successfully, and no weapons proliferation.

What, no takers, anywhere in the world?  Hmmm.

Doesn't that make the economist in you just a little bit suspicious - that there is no such thing as a market price for nuclear? That nuclear is a loser that only governments can pick?

by LondonAnalytics (Andrew Smith) on Sun Nov 4th, 2012 at 03:51:45 PM EST
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