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It's more expensive than coal. Very apaitcl intensive and seems prone to big cost overruns (see Olkiluoto and Normandy).However, it has far smaller public health impacts than coal. Switching to nuclear energy would probably save thousands of lives in the US every year and billions in healthcare costs even once you account for radiation.Even if we build renewable stuff as quickly as possible then we'll still have decades of non-renewable power left. Nuclear is far better than coal, it should be being built.

David Swan

Torness nuclear station at Dunbar ran bye E.D.F is prone to getting choked with jelly fish and seaweed and it has had 40+ radioactive releases since it was built and it was kept "hush hush" from the public.

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