There’s an old saying in the military: "There’s always someone who doesn’t get the word."

Here is a post that reports on an analysis, repeated a number of times, strongly suggesting that the up-front energy investment in nuclear plants is simply too large to allow nuclear to be a serious contender for replacing fossil fuels in an energy- and carbon-constrained world.

Here’s a piece in the Baltimore Sun that says … well, look:

While the governor and others in Annapolis are demanding cuts in electricity consumption, there’s a better way: increasing the supply through nuclear power.

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Yep, there’s always someone who doesn’t get the word.