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I don’t think Roger Pielke Jr is worth talking about here.Joe Romm is. I think he motlsy drives for good causes and is a positive force, although I dislike the yellow press style personally. I never really read him, though I did read back with the Exxon funding things he was investigating.But there are things like nuclear energy where he is wrong and also uses unfair tactics. This does a lot of damage to efforts to fight global warming and to people suffering directly from coal use.Straining at the millirem while swallowing a gigaton, or how it goes?Especially his natural gas advocacy is strange. It is probably the first fossil fuel to run out.I disagree with Michael about CO2 storage, but I’m not cast in concrete in this position I admit I don’t know much about it. The amount of CO2 for the generated amount of energy is just so huge that it doesn’t make sense on a first engineering guess to me to compress it and put it anywhere.I’ve looked the world’s energy future hard since 2004, and I’m afraid breeder reactors are the only large scale solution. Energy efficiency helps, and wind power is something we can do now. But there need to be large scale industrial solutions for the masses. Traditional U-235 nuclear can be the industrial scale transitional thing in the intervening twenty to forty years.During that time we (most industrialized countries) end up with Thorium reactors for the majority of energy generation.
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