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Japan to cautiously turn to nuclear power after bitter experience

 
Citizenperth
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Japan to cautiously turn to nuclear power after bitter experience
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By Miya Tanaka
TOKYO, Dec. 28, Kyodo


Japan appears to be heading toward a gradual revival of nuclear power generation under a new government supportive of retaining it, but the outlook for the industry in 2013 is unclear with antinuclear sentiment still lingering among the public after the Fukushima Daiichi disaster.


The new government led by the Liberal Democratic Party has already signaled that it has no intention of following in the footsteps of the Democratic Party of Japan government over energy policy. The previous government aimed at phasing out nuclear power in the 2030s.


"We need to reconsider the previous government's policy of seeking zero operation of nuclear plants," Economy, Trade and Industry Minister Toshimitsu Motegi told a press conference early Thursday, shortly after assuming the ministerial post.

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believable after all, yeah?

... basically, you don't switch off nukes like a light bulb....
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Re: Japan to cautiously turn to nuclear power after bitter experience
they need electricity

obviously they have figured out that nukular power is the only kind they can afford.

if they could afford to run the country on 100% solar power and it would actually work, don't you think they would do that instead?
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Re: Japan to cautiously turn to nuclear power after bitter experience
they need electricity

obviously they have figured out that nukular power is the only kind they can afford.

if they could afford to run the country on 100% solar power and it would actually work, don't you think they would do that instead?
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yup.. i would.... nukes kill....
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Re: Japan to cautiously turn to nuclear power after bitter experience
yup.. i would.... nukes kill....
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having no electricity kills too
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Re: Japan to cautiously turn to nuclear power after bitter experience
yup.. i would.... nukes kill....
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having no electricity kills too
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not if you have instinct and training and wildlife... are you a city boy?
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Re: Japan to cautiously turn to nuclear power after bitter experience
yup.. i would.... nukes kill....
 Quoting: Citizenperth

having no electricity kills too
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 29757648


not if you have instinct and training and wildlife... are you a city boy?

humanity survived without its invention.. sound a bit softy mate....
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Re: Japan to cautiously turn to nuclear power after bitter experience
yup.. i would.... nukes kill....
 Quoting: Citizenperth

having no electricity kills too
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 29757648


not if you have instinct and training and wildlife... are you a city boy?
 Quoting: Citizenperth


maybe you haven't heard, Japan has most of its people living in very big cities.

have you got a sensible plan for providing electricity to the people of Japan? It's easy for you to say you wouldn't use nukes, but you don't live in Japan. They can either use nukes, or shut down the country. which one would you choose?
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If/when building 4 goes it won't matter because Japan will be uninhabitable.
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Re: Japan to cautiously turn to nuclear power after bitter experience
yup.. i would.... nukes kill....
 Quoting: Citizenperth

having no electricity kills too
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 29757648


not if you have instinct and training and wildlife... are you a city boy?
 Quoting: Citizenperth


maybe you haven't heard, Japan has most of its people living in very big cities.

have you got a sensible plan for providing electricity to the people of Japan? It's easy for you to say you wouldn't use nukes, but you don't live in Japan. They can either use nukes, or shut down the country. which one would you choose?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 29757648


i guess you're damned if you do and damned if you don't.....
poisoning the globe is something else all together.. i dont blame you or me, we never designed the things... but a concious.. says damn...... and seeings that you show interest.. what's your proposition?

Last Edited by Citizenperth on 12/29/2012 02:31 AM
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