OK, that's a good point about dirty bombs. Perhaps it is nieve to think that the nuclear material can be controlled. If there's no way to do that; then there is a rationale for preventing other nations from having nuclear power stations.
Regardless — nuclear power, and nuclear weapons are two separate things. It's easy to make a strong case for preventing weapons proliferation — the onus (IMHO) is on opponents to make the case against nuclear power plants.
>>>the onus (IMHO) is on opponents to make the case against nuclear power plants
See my response in post #31.
posted on 07/20/2008 6:41:15 AM PDT
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