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Dr. Patrick Moore, founder of Greenpeace, discusses the issue of Nuclear power and how environmental groups use fear-mongering and exaggeration to push their anti-nuclear agenda. See the interview with Mr. Moore here
I recommend the books:Power to Save the World by Gwenyth Cravens, a pro-environmentalist who had her eyes opened widely by the facts. Also,Both Sides Now by Michio Kaku, an anthology of pro and con essays. (It is dated but still has many useful arguments and facts, many of which are still relevant to the subject.)
Thanks Jeff, I will definitely look into those. I just picked up "The Environmental Case for Nuclear Power" by Robert C. Morris. It's under 200 pages and comes highly recommended by a certain nuclear physicist around these parts.
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