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  • Abs nazarali

    Its good to have a diverse energy sector, environmentally friendly solar and wind power are also options to look into too, but nuclear is too important to ignore and modern technologies have lowered the risks and not a valid enough reason to scrap such an important idea in our modern time with existing energy challenges. To use Iran in highlighting the delays in constructing nuclear power plants is a little unfair, you got to take into consideration the politics that it involves, your entire arguments is obviously against with out even showing any positive sides to the nuclear option, if that was so why is it that so many countries are going for this energy option? Even oil gas rich countries saudi, Qatar and many more are going for nuclear option.

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