U.N. atomic chief backs nuclear power at COP28 as world reckons with proliferation


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He's right. It may not be suitable for every country, but every country that can needs to replace their entire baseload with nuclear and renewables.

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nuclear power has always been the future. If it wasnt for fossil fuel lobby groups, and the supreme negligence of a few groups of people, we would live in a much more sustainable society.

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Tell it to Australia. The Labor government there seems hellbent on forcing the country onto unreliables, with no baseload backup. Stunningly stupid in a country awash with natural resources be one the federal and state governments seem desperate to use as a test case net-zero craziness.

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