Some Thai politicians are re-floating the idea of Thailand going nuclear _ with power production.
Most Thais probably thought nuclear was dead in the water for their country, but those of us who follow these things closely knew that nuclear ambitions were merely kept under the public radar for the past years since the Fukushima reactor problems in Japan.
Whenever we see projected costs for nuclear as being relatively low, we're being deceived. Experts can calculate the costs for buildings and fuel, but how accurately can they calculate costs for reliably disposing of nuclear waste for thousands of years?
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