The nuclear answer to the energy question

March 13, 2019

The Conservative Party's proposal to have the federal government lift the decades old Greens moratorium on nuclear power has gained momentum with pressure growing for a cheap and clean alternative to renewables which don't work when the wind doesn't blow or the sun doesn't shine.

Behind the shrill cries from the Green Left who are determined to go down the subsidised renewables path, despite overwhelming evidence it cannot produce reliable and efficient baseload power comes evidence that any dangers nuclear power poses have been massively overblown.

Channel 9's Sixty Minutes investigation into the clean up of Japan's Fukushima reactor site shows irrational fear is preventing Australia developing nuclear power when it is one of the cheapest and most reliable forms of baseload power generation.

Nuclear scientists, from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in the US, have prepared a White Paper for Conservative Party leader Cory Bernardi on South Australian involvement with the nuclear fuel cycle.

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