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  1. I which you had put the nuclear-power chart here.

    I’m finding that young people, college age to mid-20s, have a much more open mind about this than older folks.

    http://www.scribd.com/doc/54904454

    The document makes the case for nuclear power as a benefit to public health, even ignoring CO2, especially for people in the eastern third of the US (downwind of midwestern coal-fired power plants).

  2. A minor note, the label on the global warming graph is off,it seems to imply the bottom line is “no” instead of the top line. Unfortunately the real question is “will claims of AGW have a serious effect” in our lifetimes, which is far different.

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