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Atomic Show #230 – Alex Epstein, The Moral Case for Fossil Fuels

…e conversation, but I wonder if Epstein’s circle of friends includes Jerry Taylor of Cato Institute or his fans. He indicated an openness to learn more about the rate at which nuclear energy technology might be able to grow if it is unleashed from the numerous threads currently holding it down. In the near future, I expect we will get together for another discussion. I hope you enjoy the show. To the generous Atomic Insights readers and Atomic Sho…

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Identifying antinuclear slants in Richard Martin’s “Superfuel”

…more fossil fuel promoting wolf in sheep’s clothing – on a part with Jerry Taylor of the Cato Institute. Why in the world would anyone who recognizes that conventional light water reactors have an outstanding safety record and generate massive quantities of emission free power at a reasonable cost decide that shutting down existing nuclear plants is a higher priority that shutting down coal plants – and wants to keep on operating natural gas plant…

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Why is the Green Schools Alliance censoring discussion about nuclear energy

…see my discussions with Jerry Taylor of Cato https://atomicinsights.com/?s=jerry+taylor. Brian Mays So one side supports nuclear power for the wrong reasons … What exactly are the “wrong reasons” again? Rod Adams @Brian Mays The wrong reason to claim support of nuclear is simply a rejection of the “other side”‘s opposition. It is an ephemeral reason and often more in words than in deeds. It is ephemeral because a true left leaning person should…

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The Establishment Wants Us All To Overreact To Fukushima

…you consider Cato to be “conservative”? If so, search Atomic Insights for Jerry Taylor. You’ll find some interesting posts. Bob Applebaum I agree that the normal incidence of leukemia is low. At low doses, the excess incidence of leukemia is also low. That’s why it takes a huge sample in order to discern the difference (50K + is a large sample, but small relative to country’s population). I am fine with your graph and its error bars. The points c…

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Virtual silence at “Golden Fleece” award news conference for SMRs

…e of rhetoric (and that of others – I’m sure you recall your exchange with Jerry Taylor over at MasterResource, and I had my own exchanges with him offline), we’d have a “free” market if we did nothing other than remove all explicit government support without actually considering the implicit subsidies certain players get (like treating the atmosphere as an open cesspool) and the unique barriers to others (including, in some cases, explicit taxes…

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