What can replace the nuclear way of energy production? Can it be in the near future?
Stop being so reliant on the electric companies for the stuff. Every home should have a roof top wind turbine, and magnetic power is just a few years away, it could have been here in the 90's if it had not been rejected and now under developement in Australia. We must learn to live with less electricity.
There are a large number of cheaper alternatives. Renewable energy is now growing in efficiency and should be explored fully. The Japanese nuclear disaster should be a warning to the world. Germany have already taken notice.
by lee custodio 6 years ago
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