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Tuesday
May172016

Nuclear Power Will Be an Undeniable Power Source In The Future

Despite the controversy, nuclear power should be researched and expanded.

Nuclear power has long been controversial, and the Chernobyl disaster in 1986 cemented its image as risky and dangerous.

But the U.S.—and the world—might need to rethink that position. As renewable energy becomes increasingly urgent, nuclear energy shouldn’t be discounted. In fact, it should be embraced according to Andy Karsner, managing partner at Emerson Collective and a senior strategist at Google’s GOOGL -1.38% moonshot lab.

“To me, dealing with nuclear is not an optional discussion for this country or this planet,” Karsner said on Monday during Fortune‘s Brainstorm E conference in Carlsbad, Calif.

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