Comment 2910

By David (anonymous) | Posted January 11, 2007 at 12:55:24

Nuclear fuel has two enemies larger than a fuel supply problem. The first is the fear of accidents and the resulting near-end to it's development, and the second is the speed at which peak oil is coming at us verses the slowness of building additional plants. Also, it would take a lot more than a 10% growth in nuclear facilities to replace even a small percentage of the existing fossile plants, which would greatly speed the depletion in the above chart, rendering it a moot point to build them to begin with. Nuclear plants charging electric car batteries won't be the solution.

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