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Message 7 of 175 (608750)
03-13-2011 10:36 AM
Reply to: Message 6 by Huntard
03-13-2011 9:04 AM


Hmm, 15:55-14:46 = 1h09min. Is there a typo somewhere?

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Message 42 of 175 (608972)
03-15-2011 4:17 PM
Reply to: Message 38 by Rahvin
03-15-2011 1:26 PM


Re: for Rahvin . . .
While I agree with most of your argument, I think you forgot to talk about the part of energy production that comes from nuclear compared to that coming from coal. If say 5% of energy was produced by nuclear technology and 95% by coal (random example), nuclear energy would still be relatively more dangerous if there were 1000 people dying from it while 15000 died from coal mining/use. In this case, taking the real numbers into account doesn't change the conclusion though but should have been included for completeness sake.
For 2005 , nuclear energy is actually producing 6% of our energy while coal is responsible for 25% of it.

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Message 71 of 175 (609087)
03-16-2011 1:52 PM
Reply to: Message 66 by fearandloathing
03-16-2011 11:01 AM


Re: micro nuclear power plants?
Just to be clear, hydrogene cannot be a source of energy, it's just storing energy since hydrogene produced comes from water.

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Son
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Message 85 of 175 (609184)
03-17-2011 11:02 AM
Reply to: Message 82 by jar
03-16-2011 7:38 PM


Re: on a differnt note
Yeah, I've never understood why people want to privatize energy production and distribution. The large infrastructures needed for it will always garantee a monopoly/near monopoly for the producer meaning there is no advantages(for consumers) when compared to public ownership and only disadvantages.

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Message 115 of 175 (609243)
03-17-2011 4:25 PM
Reply to: Message 111 by crashfrog
03-17-2011 4:02 PM


Small nitpick: actually Chernobyl is in Ukraine, though at the time of the accident, Ukraine was part of the USSR (I guess it's where the confusion is coming from).

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