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February 16, 2007

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Verdurous

The Sourcewatch entry for Patrick Moore is here:

http://www.sourcewatch.org/index.php?title=Patrick_Moore

Take a look. He's a gun for hire.

Dave Iverson

Thanks Verdurous,

I updated the post to include the SourceWatch info. Still the question lingers in my mind, does Nuclear have something positive to offer in our future, particularly as a means to break hydrogen from water for fuel cells? I have similar questions for biodiesel (e.g. from "pond scum"), and for some newer-technology (e.g. closed-loop-processing) coal gasification?

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