Well, maybe another "we were right and they were wrong" wake is about to be held? Etergy decided to close the nuke plant near here in VT. Formerly they fought tooth and nail to keep it open. Fukishima is leaking badly and, at this point, the electricity needs of some people in Japan is likely to poison people worldwide and cause cancers and DNA mutation throughout the ocean. As recently as a few years ago, it was claimed that nukes would save us. This was not a left-right issue as thinkers such as Stewart Brand (whole earth catalog) and the founder of Greenpeace were very much for it. IMHO, the problem was/is hubris. At some time in the future, nuclear power may be viable. However, the current technology frankly sucks and the fact they have not solved waste and other problems and that they cannot even be insured (Congress passed a law to make taxpayers cover them)....makes it less than perfect. Most of my contemporaries has a visceral opposition to it - using the simple idea "you should not have to irradiate future generations to heat your home", etc. I think it's over for a couple generations. Your opinion?