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  1. So we’re at a bizarre guilt by association: Car manufacturers are bad because a used car salesmen ripped off my aunt Bea.

  2. Good topic. I jut regret that Rose has standard hangup about plutonium despite its unproven perils and its contributions to humanity in the space program.

    Hate to crash a topic but I just found that the Hall of Science here in NYC has a perm display exhibit of this ditty:

    I thought science was supposed to be factual and neutral yet there’s absolutely no counter-weight to this flick where thousands of school kids are exposed and brainwashed by it every week. In fact there’s no nuclear ANYTHING in the Hall of Science(!), but LOTS of solar and windmill and recycle stuff to stuff back on. No wonder Indian Point is having to battle FUD with its hand tied behind its back. This is also the haunt of Neil deGrasse Tyson in case you want to know where the heads of the Hall’s administrators is coming from.

    A heads-up and a FUD-busting PR mission to all nuclear advocacy organizations.

    James Greenidge
    Queens NY

  3. “Ms. Rose channels her inner Stuart Brand by asking a puzzling question that needs to be posed more often — especially at gatherings of liberal, pro-science critical thinkers.”

    What an oxymoron – liberal and critical thinking. BTW, there is a difference between science (read Pope St John Paul II’s Fides et Ratio) and the pagan religion of scientism with its myth of anthropogenic global warming. Oh, excuse me – I mean climate change.

    Liberal. Progressive. Democrat. You are the reason for nuclear having been stymied during the reign of Barack Hussein Obama.

    1. Ioannes, nuclear didn’t make much progress during the reigns of George Bush the First and George Bush the Second, either. You’ll be sad to see that the latest papal encyclical wasn’t even released in Latin, and that the English text claims –
      ‘A very solid scientific consensus indicates that we are presently witnessing a disturbing warming of the climatic system.’
      I don’t get my science from the Pope, but it’s a bit unfortunate that he also claims –
      ‘Each year hundreds of millions of tons of waste are generated, much of it non-biodegradable, highly toxic and radioactive…’
      The quantities that are radioactive, apart from coal ash, would be in the low tens of thousands of tons, rather than hundreds of millions, and the term ‘waste’ is arguable.

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