‘The Footprint of Energy: Land Use of U.S. Electricity Production’ | Watts Up With That?

  Guest post by David Middleton The Strata group at Utah State University recently published a study on the “footprint of energy.”  For each energy source, the calculated the full-…

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The only power source, sustainable or otherwise, that makes sense is nuclear. First we do liquid fluoride thorium reactors (LFTR), then fusion. LFTR is compact, scalable, dispatchable, non-proliferating, consumes nuclear waste and produces little, and is fail-safe. Its only problem is our environment of abiding ignorance, abetted by scaremongering media and politicians.

  • I agree that nuclear should be an important and incresing part of our energy mix. Nuclear offers us a reasonable and safe way to a lower carbon future. The anti-nuclear lobby is just as anti-science as the CO2 denying lobby.

Source: ‘The Footprint of Energy: Land Use of U.S. Electricity Production’ | Watts Up With That?

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