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Posted by cupra on October 23, 2007, 1:45 pm
 
Andy Hall wrote:

Another hear hear - nowt wrong with nuclear IMO, I'm all for more reactors
and wouldn't object to long term storage near me.....



Posted by Andy Hall on October 23, 2007, 12:44 pm
 


There's little point in dismissing nuclear generation on this basis
since conventional plant is also subject to many of the same failures.  
  Moreover, this is not an argument either for not developing new
plant, especially when there is an effective capacity in France.

There's also little point in paying much attention to a write up from a
German green energy group written up in The Guardian.   Neither have
any more credibility than the Fisher Price windmills that they seem to
believe everybody should have.


Posted by Doctor Drivel on October 23, 2007, 12:53 pm
 

Little Middle England speaks out here. Equiv of US rednecks.


Posted by Arnold Walker on October 23, 2007, 8:00 pm
 

Yes folks like Walter Cronkite,Isaac Rose,and their reneck lawyer Robert F
Kennedy.
With a red neck consulants over at British Warfare
Center....www.hyannismarina.com
.....pull down the information box for wind threat tab.

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Posted by David Hansen on October 23, 2007, 1:32 pm
 On Tue, 23 Oct 2007 13:44:59 +0100 someone who may be Andy Hall


It is always reassuring when the best argument that people can come
up with is to make this sort of childish assertion. If they had
better arguments then no-doubt they would use them.

It tends to confirm that they have no better arguments, and/or are a
member of a group which deals in childish insults rather than
grown-up talk. Most party politicians, most journalists and many
academics are examples of groups who have yet to learn how to put
forward real arguments.

The sort of people who make this sort of childish accusation
sometimes give the impression that they do so because they think it
upsets their opponents. Little do they realise that this sort of
childish accusation does not upset their opponents in the least,
quite the reverse.




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