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Jan 23Liked by Green Leap Forward

There is a huge error in the capacity of the coal fired plant, Comanche, in Pueblo, CO. This article said it was 1.41 MW. The correct number is 1,635 MW.

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Nuclear power suffers from a safety problem that is exposed by myself and my co-author in the peer-reviewed journal article at https://www.ndt.net/article/v04n05/oldberg/oldberg.htm , Contrary to the claims of the narcissists, burning fossil fuels does not result in catastrophic anthropogenic global warming (CAGW). The appearance that it casuses CAGW results from burning fossil fuels is the result of an application of the Fallacy of Misplaced Concreteness by the argument made by a United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (UN IPCC) climate model under which an "abstract" event of the future for Earth's climate system is mistaken for a "concrete" event of the future, where an "abstract" event of the future is "abstracted (removed) from a location in space and time whereas a "concrete" event of the future has such a location.

Terry Oldberg

Engineer/Scientist/Public Policy Researcher

Referee of the manuscript fot UN IPCC Climate Assessment Report 6) (comments ignored by the UN IPCC)

Advisor to the House Sub-Committee on the Climate Crisis before being shadow banned for repeatedly advising the committee that there was no such crisis.

Los Altos Hills, CA

terry_oldberg@yanoo.com

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Haven't even cleaned up Fukushima. Colorado is nuts. Must be the altitude. Go redesign and spend money not on the nuclear crime syndicate but on conservation. Redo standards and educate.

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Good luck to rational Coloradans allowing the nukes. The Jane Fondas (China Syndrome) of the world have had the stage way too long. It is time for some rational thought to prevail.

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Great documentary on the nature of the pro-nuclear fight. Thanks for writing it.

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