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  Topic: More nuclear power - yes or no ?
gepalmer

Replies: 29
Views: 39722

PostForum: Beyond the Boundary   Posted: 09/01/06, 12:27   Subject: Britain's future energy crisis - Ruth Lea
A beginner's guide to Britain's future energy crisis
By Ruth Lea, Centre for Policy Studies(Filed: 09/01/2006)


There are increasing concerns about the future security of the UK's energy supplies ...
  Topic: More nuclear power - yes or no ?
gepalmer

Replies: 29
Views: 39722

PostForum: Beyond the Boundary   Posted: 28/11/05, 20:22   Subject: Nuclear Power Justification
Please read:

http://www.iaea.org/Publications/Booklets/Development/devtwelve.html
  Topic: Tesco - every little helps or hurts ?
gepalmer

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PostForum: Beyond the Boundary   Posted: 26/11/05, 15:03   Subject: Tesco - every little helps or hurts ?
Tesco is a superbly run company.
Tesco survives and grows in all larger towns and cities in the face of enormous competition.
Uplyme residents should be thankful that they have access to the Axmins ...
  Topic: More nuclear power - yes or no ?
gepalmer

Replies: 29
Views: 39722

PostForum: Beyond the Boundary   Posted: 26/11/05, 12:50   Subject: More nuclear power - yes or no ?
In a word, Yes. We should have more nuclear power.
The UK is never going to be able to rely upon wind or solar as viable alternatives. Hydro capacity is already determined (and limited) by our own ge ...
 
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