Is nuclear energy the key to saving the planet?

Humanities handling of nuclear power has been dreadfully unprofessional to say the least. We bury nuclear waste before we reprocess it, we put it where it might contaminate our water, we dither and diddle. Yet, nuclear could be our salvation if we just did it right for a change. Most fears of nuclear is unfounded.

But Redfoot says that the situation isn’t hopeless, that we can slash greenhouse gases and still have nice electrified things, including this comfortable climate-controlled room, without making the planet hotter and drier and smokier.

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