What happens when you get the chairman of the UK Atomic Energy Authority, the chief scientist of Greenpeace, an energy and environmental policy expert, and an environmental activist/politician in a room together to talk about nuclear energy?

You can listen to the whole (very, very interesting) conversation—part of the Science Question Time series—which was recorded last Thursday at the Institute of Physics in London.

Hat tip boingboing

Category: Energy, Video

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2 Responses to “A Surprisngly Sane Debate on Nuclear Energy”

  1. Barnnie says:

    — There are a heck of a lot of these old GE Mark 1 jobs in service today!

  2. V says:

    Aside from the complete loon who ranted about nuclear being responsible for all cancers ?!?!?

    He clearly didn’t understand that DNA degradation overtime is the cause of cancers, the Sun being a prime culprit (ie. Melanoma).