Discussion:
La mort lente du nucléaire
(trop ancien pour répondre)
Harp
2017-12-24 09:24:39 UTC
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Belle synthèse rappelée par le site climatosceptique
wattsupwiththat.com:


“The nuclear option should be retained precisely because it is an
important carbon-free source of power. …But the prospects for nuclear
energy as an option are limited, the report finds, by four unresolved
problems: high relative costs; perceived adverse safety, environmental,
and health effects; potential security risks stemming from
proliferation; and unresolved challenges in long-term management of
nuclear wastes.”

https://wattsupwiththat.com/2017/12/23/end-of-a-dream-as-the-nuclear-power-industry-dies-a-slow-death/
l***@wanadoo.fr
2017-12-24 16:23:35 UTC
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Post by Harp
Belle synthèse rappelée par le site climatosceptique
“The nuclear option should be retained precisely because it is an
important carbon-free source of power. …But the prospects for nuclear
energy as an option are limited, the report finds, by four unresolved
problems: high relative costs; perceived adverse safety, environmental,
and health effects; potential security risks stemming from
proliferation; and unresolved challenges in long-term management of
nuclear wastes.”
https://wattsupwiththat.com/2017/12/23/end-of-a-dream-as-the-nuclear-power-industry-dies-a-slow-death/
le temps de lire ton message et plusieurs centaines de milliards de neutrinos aux yeux de toutes les couleurs ont traversé mon corps ... ces salauds viennent du Soleil !
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L.C.

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