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The Real Reason They Hate Nuclear Is Because It Means We Don't Need Renewables
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Chom Noamsky
2019-04-14 00:16:26 UTC
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Germany spent 180 billion over the last five years on renewables and
emissions have hardly budged.

Not only are renewables a colossal waste of money, they aren't even
achieving the intended purpose.

France was pressured into RE-tard power and carbon intensity actually
WENT UP.

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Why is it that, from the U.S. and Canada to Spain and France, it is
progressives and socialists who say they care deeply about the climate,
not conservative climate skeptics, who are seeking to shut down nuclear
plants?

https://www.forbes.com/sites/michaelshellenberger/2019/02/14/the-real-reason-they-hate-nuclear-is-because-it-means-we-dont-need-renewables/
Unum
2019-04-14 02:34:37 UTC
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Germany spent 180 billion over the last five years on renewables and emissions
have hardly budged.
Not only are renewables a colossal waste of money, they aren't even achieving
the intended purpose
Sure they are. Every kWh produced by renewables displaces dirty energy
one for one. Meanwhile, nothing is preventing nuke plants from being built
except that they are massively uneconomical.

https://theintercept.com/2019/02/06/south-caroline-green-new-deal-south-carolina-nuclear-energy/

South Carolina, in a bid to expand its generation of nuclear power in recent
years, dropped $9 billion on a single project — and has nothing to show for
it.
Chom Noamsky
2019-04-14 03:22:02 UTC
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Germany spent 180 billion over the last five years on renewables and
emissions have hardly budged.
Not only are renewables a colossal waste of money, they aren't even
achieving the intended purpose
Sure they are. Every kWh produced by renewables displaces dirty energy
one for one. Meanwhile, nothing is preventing nuke plants from being
built except that they are massively uneconomical.
https://theintercept.com/2019/02/06/south-caroline-green-new-deal-south-carolina-nuclear-energy/
South Carolina, in a bid to expand its generation of nuclear power in recent
years, dropped $9 billion on a single project — and has nothing to show for
it.
Bad management, nothing to do with the case for nuclear power.

Germany spent $180B on RE-tard power over the last five years and has no
emissions reductions to show for it.

But they do have the most expensive power in Europe.
columbiaaccidentinvestigation
2019-04-14 03:45:45 UTC
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Germany spent 180 billion over the last five years on renewables and
emissions have hardly budged.
Not only are renewables a colossal waste of money, they aren't even
achieving the intended purpose
Sure they are. Every kWh produced by renewables displaces dirty energy
one for one. Meanwhile, nothing is preventing nuke plants from being
built except that they are massively uneconomical.
https://theintercept.com/2019/02/06/south-caroline-green-new-deal-south-carolina-nuclear-energy/
South Carolina, in a bid to expand its generation of nuclear power in recent
years, dropped $9 billion on a single project — and has nothing to show for
it.
Bad management, nothing to do with the case for nuclear power.
Germany spent $180B on RE-tard power over the last five years and has no
emissions reductions to show for it.
But they do have the most expensive power in Europe.
So according to choms stupid logic human errors with grid management are the problem of solar and wind, yet human errors are not a factor when it comes to for nuclear power generation. chompers is a tool
Unum
2019-04-14 17:36:36 UTC
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Germany spent 180 billion over the last five years on renewables and
emissions have hardly budged.
Not only are renewables a colossal waste of money, they aren't even
achieving the intended purpose
Sure they are. Every kWh produced by renewables displaces dirty energy
one for one. Meanwhile, nothing is preventing nuke plants from being built
except that they are massively uneconomical.
https://theintercept.com/2019/02/06/south-caroline-green-new-deal-south-carolina-nuclear-energy/
South Carolina, in a bid to expand its generation of nuclear power in recent
years, dropped $9 billion on a single project — and has nothing to show for
it.
Bad management, nothing to do with the case for nuclear power.
Apparently nuke plants are too expensive and complicated to build.
Post by Chom Noamsky
Germany spent $180B on RE-tard power over the last five years and has no
emissions reductions to show for it.
But they do have the most expensive power in Europe.
Running away to Germany already?
Chom Noamsky
2019-04-14 18:39:50 UTC
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Germany spent 180 billion over the last five years on renewables and
emissions have hardly budged.
Not only are renewables a colossal waste of money, they aren't even
achieving the intended purpose
Sure they are. Every kWh produced by renewables displaces dirty energy
one for one. Meanwhile, nothing is preventing nuke plants from being
built except that they are massively uneconomical.
https://theintercept.com/2019/02/06/south-caroline-green-new-deal-south-carolina-nuclear-energy/
South Carolina, in a bid to expand its generation of nuclear power in recent
years, dropped $9 billion on a single project — and has nothing to show for
it.
Bad management, nothing to do with the case for nuclear power.
Apparently nuke plants are too expensive and complicated to build.
Only when loons get involved.
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Post by Chom Noamsky
Germany spent $180B on RE-tard power over the last five years and has
no emissions reductions to show for it.
But they do have the most expensive power in Europe.
Running away to Germany already?
Why yoose running away from Germany?

That big of a sore spot?
Unum
2019-04-14 22:21:38 UTC
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Germany spent 180 billion over the last five years on renewables and
emissions have hardly budged.
Not only are renewables a colossal waste of money, they aren't even
achieving the intended purpose
Sure they are. Every kWh produced by renewables displaces dirty energy
one for one. Meanwhile, nothing is preventing nuke plants from being built
except that they are massively uneconomical.
https://theintercept.com/2019/02/06/south-caroline-green-new-deal-south-carolina-nuclear-energy/
South Carolina, in a bid to expand its generation of nuclear power in recent
years, dropped $9 billion on a single project — and has nothing to show for
it.
Bad management, nothing to do with the case for nuclear power.
Apparently nuke plants are too expensive and complicated to build.
Only when loons get involved.
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Post by Chom Noamsky
Germany spent $180B on RE-tard power over the last five years and has no
emissions reductions to show for it.
But they do have the most expensive power in Europe.
Running away to Germany already?
Why yoose running away from Germany?
That big of a sore spot?
Apparently nuke plants are too expensive and complicated to build.

Running away to Germany already?
Chom Noamsky
2019-04-15 16:34:33 UTC
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Germany spent 180 billion over the last five years on renewables
and emissions have hardly budged.
Not only are renewables a colossal waste of money, they aren't
even achieving the intended purpose
Sure they are. Every kWh produced by renewables displaces dirty energy
one for one. Meanwhile, nothing is preventing nuke plants from
being built except that they are massively uneconomical.
https://theintercept.com/2019/02/06/south-caroline-green-new-deal-south-carolina-nuclear-energy/
South Carolina, in a bid to expand its generation of nuclear power in recent
years, dropped $9 billion on a single project — and has nothing to show for
it.
Bad management, nothing to do with the case for nuclear power.
Apparently nuke plants are too expensive and complicated to build.
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Post by Chom Noamsky
Germany spent $180B on RE-tard power over the last five years and
has no emissions reductions to show for it.
But they do have the most expensive power in Europe.
Running away to Germany already?
Why yoose running away from Germany?
That big of a sore spot?
Apparently nuke plants are too expensive and complicated to build.
"Only when loons get involved."
Post by Unum
Running away to Germany already?
"Why yoose running away from Germany?"
Bret Cahill
2019-04-15 03:56:42 UTC
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If yer so worroed about freezin to deaf when the power goes out late at night, why don't you install a wood stove?
Chom Noamsky
2019-04-15 16:37:04 UTC
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If yer so worroed about freezin to deaf when the power goes out late at night, why don't you install a wood stove?
The loons forbid wood heat where I live.

Any other questions?

LOL!

Bret Cahill
2019-04-14 14:10:23 UTC
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Just tax carbon per Milty Friedman and let free marketry decide if all that stainless steel ib a good deal!
Chom Noamsky
2019-04-14 17:18:47 UTC
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Post by Bret Cahill
Just tax carbon per Milty Friedman and let free marketry decide if all that stainless steel ib a good deal!
Like $12 million gifts for billionaires?

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To many in this country, listening to Environment Minister Catherine
McKenna talk about climate change initiatives has become akin to hearing
nails on a chalkboard. It immediately repulses a certain segment of
society, who coil away at the increasingly manic alarms constantly
sounds over imminent environmental doom and gloom.

Now it’s one thing to go on about climate change while, say, increasing
regulations. And it’s one thing to go on about it while, for example,
forcing the carbon tax on Canadians. It’s quite another to do it while
you’re giving $12 million to a major company owned by billionaires that
has already been on the receiving end of public ire in recent years
(Remember the bread price-fixing?).


https://torontosun.com/opinion/columnists/furey-loblaws-12-million-was-the-pork-barrel-spending-that-pushed-us-over-the-edge
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