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Thursday
Apr072016

Nuclear Power—Not Electric Cars—Will Change Our World (Sorry Elon)

This post originally appeared on QuoraWhat are the biggest ways in which the world 20 years from now will probably be different from today? What are the biggest “X factors” (changes that are not probable, but are possible and could be huge)?

In twenty years nuclear power will be rapidly expanding around the world. Already in 2016 many top environmentalists are embracing nuclear as a necessary part of slowing and stopping global warming; these include James Hanson and Stewart Brand. (See, for example, Scientific American, and the remarkable movie Pandora’s Promise.)

A stronger driver for nuclear power in the developing world will be horrific air pollution, already killing (in 2016) millions each year in China, India, Turkey, and eastern Europe. (See Air Pollution Overview – Berkeley Earth)

Nuclear is widely misinterpreted as expensive: the cost is in construction, and in the US those construction costs are artificially inflated by regulatory delays; the cost of a nuclear power plant in South Korea is ⅓ that in the US. Nuclear will be seen in the developing world as the clean yet still inexpensive alternative to coal.


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