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Friday
Sep142007

Wind and Solar power: Fantasy

Patrick Moore a former co-founder of Greenpeace has stated;

"I propose that we campaign to get off the books the discrimination about nuclear energy in the U.S. and Europe, and that nuclear energy be recognized as a renewable technology,'' he told the economic club members. "The fantasy of thinking we can do all of this with wind and solar power is just that: a fantasy.''

According to the Ann Arbor News he was speaking at the Washtenaw Economic Club on Tuesday, advocating for the reduction of fossil fuel use mainly through increased use of nuclear power.

The report went on to say that Patrick Moore, co-chair of the Clean and Safe Energy Coalition, said the country needs to find "a more intelligent way forward'' on the issue of nuclear power.

Our sentiments entirely.

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Reader Comments (5)

we all live in a fantasy world, a paper world, it's hard just to imagine that we can not and will not live in a sunny windy world. but Nuclear is here to stay with us for eternity.
"OUR EARTH-WORLD RUNS ON NUCLEAR", may be we should tell Greenpeace to stop the world from rotating and to stop the SUN from shinning since BOTH also nuclear :-)

September 14, 2007 | Unregistered Commenterfxl

It will take many years to nullify the effect of decades of Green lies.

September 14, 2007 | Unregistered CommenterWarwick Hughes

Hi there Bob,

Just wanted to say that I love your Uranium Stocks
site and appreciate your updates!

I am a big believer in the Uranium story. It just makes
good sense, doesn't it?

There seems to be more and more debate going on
about it down here in Australia, which is a great thing.

In fact when George W. was down here recently he
made a comment that went something along the lines
of, "If you really want to do something about Global
Warming, get behind Nuclear Energy!"

If that's not a neon flashing sign as to where we're
headed, I don't know what it is.

Anyway, I have a bunch of different U-mining stocks
in my portfolio and have begun doing some 'due diligence'
on a uranium enrichment company in the U.S called USEC
(Ticker: USU).

I was wondering if you had any comments or opinions
you'd like to share on USEC? It appears that it's the only
company of it's kind in the U.S, so it would seem it is well
positioned for this Uranium boom and attractively priced
after the recent 'melt-down' (no pun intended).

Anyway, I'm not looking for a recommendation (I do my
own research), I'd just love to hear your thoughts about
this company if you have any.

Feel free to email me anytime.

Again, love your site and really appreciate your contribution!

Have a great day,

Sincerely

James
Fellow Uranium Stock Enthusiast From Downunder!

September 15, 2007 | Unregistered CommenterJames

High Men,

I am most the same opinion, you are often right, what I am missing is URZ, which is a good company and have a good development. Think they are going to increase their worth very strong in the near future. Whats your opinion to URZ.
Of course there is only one way left to reduce CO² and thats nuclear power. Wind and solar is only for freaks and very expensive. Feel free to email me anytime.
Love your site and really appreciate your contribution!
Have a great day,
Sincerely
Björn

September 20, 2007 | Unregistered CommenterKirchner

URZ looks to have bottomed and started on the road to recovery. We dont own it but do not be put off by us.

September 22, 2007 | Unregistered CommenterUranium Stocks

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