From Dennis Prager this morning, Gwenyth Cravens speaks up about nuclear energy. As a proponent, I am beginning to take notes. I am surprised to learn new things about this fascinating option.
Firstly there have only been 59 deaths from Chernobyl.
Secondly, all of America's nuclear waste (and we do practically no recycling) since the beginning is 50,000 tons. That could be stored in a volume the size of a big box retail store. In comparison, we dispose of 160,000 tons of batteries every year.