Wednesday, 12 September 2007

Another convert

Just in case you don't already read the Atomic Insights or NEI blogs (and I strongly recommend you do), Rod Adams has commented on a new book, "Power to Save the World: The Truth About Nuclear Energy" by Gwyneth Cravens.

As Rod says, Cravens was a passionate anti-nuclear activist who, unlike many anti-nukes, invested the time - a considerable amount of time it would appear - to embark on a literal journey to discover the facts amidst the rhetoric.

Just one more example of an ever increasing trend.

See a related Cravens article for the Brookings Institute Review (2002) - Terrorism and Nuclear Energy: Understanding the Risks.

1 comment:

  1. I was reading Craven's article that you linked to - "Terrorism and Nuclear Energy". It's quite good, but there's just one little bit that concerned me:

    "The earth's core is a natural reactor."

    Is this another example of the very real - and significant - Oklo reactors being confused with this "Georeactor" psuedoscience?