[ RadSafe ] Germany to shut down reactors by 2022

franz.schoenhofer at chello.at franz.schoenhofer at chello.at
Mon May 30 06:25:36 CDT 2011


I do not see the problem! What should it be? Germany will import "nuclear electricity" from France, from Eastern European countries, where nuclear power is highly esteemed and new power plants are not only planned, but already built. Anybody interested in the real situation - make a Google search! That the price of electricity will rise should not be a problem, because to the Green "activists", as they are now called politely, "everybody" is willing to pay much more for electricity, as long as it is "clean" and "atomfree". Recent headline in an Austrian Newspaper: "Electricity price will be raised again." I hardly dare to use the word "paranoia", in order not to provoke Sandy Perle for another personal attack on me. 

Of course some small photovoltaic square meters will be still funded as they are already now and cause a tremendous rise in costs and some noisy horribly looking giant windmills in nice rural landscapes to demonstrate the "power" of renewable energy and to calm down the population. 

My home country Austria will be affected too, because we buy very cheap ground load from (not only) German NPP to pump up the water from low reservoirs to higher ones, in order to let it run down during peak demand. This is then declared as green electricity from water power and of course sold at a very favourable high price.

So what? Everything is ok, don'worry, be happy!

I hope that everybody understands my cynical undertone before starting flaming me.

Best regards,


---- Steven Dapra <sjd at swcp.com> schrieb:
> May 29
> http://news.yahoo.com/s/afp/20110530/wl_afp/germanypoliticsnuclear
> 	How will Germany replace the 22 percent of electricity it receives 
> from reactors?
> Steven Dapra
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