A good source of the nuclear energy information you describe is the Nuclear
Information and Resource Service (NIRS) website at <www.nirs.org>.
Also, NIRS staff can be very helpful in providing information and/or
directing you to other sources if you call them directly.
Hope this is helpful.
The Keystone Center
At 01:06 PM 10/7/98 EDT, PetersFarm@aol.com wrote:
>Dear friends -
>Can anyone out there refer me to a Web site offering summary info on US
>nuclear energy? How many power plants built, how many still operating, how
>many building plans cancelled, how many plants dismantled? Costs to date,
>including waste disposal? Proven and apparent effects on human health?
>That sort of stuff.
>Seems to me the sales push for genetic engineering sort of parallels the early
>push for nuclear energy. Maybe hindsight in one case could lead to
>foresight in the other.
>Thanks in advance for any suggestions,
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