nuclear powerIf you are looking for a shorter, more readable version of my study, “The Self-Limiting Future of Nuclear Power,” I’ve got just the thing. Salon has published my article, “Nuclear bomb: Nuclear energy, the sequel, is opening to raves by everybody from John McCain to a Greenpeace co-founder. Don’t be fooled. It’s the Ishtar of power generation.”

As the article points out, back in May 2001, the Economist explained ($ub. req’d) that nuclear power had fallen out of favor because it simply was “too costly to matter.” Today, nuclear power is nearly three times the price it was when the Economist wrote that.

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