Book Review: ‘A Bright Future’ Encourages World to Rethink Nuclear

Book Review: ‘A Bright Future’ Encourages World to Rethink Nuclear

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    Martin Kral Reply

    For those of us that followed nuclear for the last 10 years find the information in this book to be redundant. By the way, Gates is no longer developing in China and is working with the NRC, National Labs and Southern Company (utility). The industry is starting the change very quickly, so books are to slow in responding. Time to start writing short essays like Michael Shellenberger and others.

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