We had a wide ranging discussion here on Atomic Insights after I posted an article titled Bernie Sanders is listening to the wrong people about energy. Quite a few of the comments led me to believe that the author has developed a slanted or one dimensional understanding of Bernie Sanders’s campaign message.
That distorted view might be part of the source of resistance to my theory that Sanders can grow to accept and advocate for accelerated advanced nuclear energy development as an effective tool for implementation of his visions for a future America. I have no illusions that an effort to persuade him to throw off his late 1960s vintage notions about nuclear energy will be easy or quickly accomplished.
However, if you pay close attention to the below clip, you might begin to understand why I think it’s an effort worth a considerable investment in time and resources.
Feel free to disagree and explain your disagreement civilly and with well-supported points.
After all, if you wanted shouting and aggressive argumentation, you could just turn on reality TV or the political equivalent thereof.
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