Good comment, FirstClassSkeptic. And of course the criticism of nuclear power by people believing it's a myth hinges on the direction of current being difficult to determine.
Here's an account of a paper, published in 2007, by the 'independent' 'think thank' the 'Oxford Research Group'. It's mainly about the risks of 'nuclear power'. It doesn't outline any reason for the poor performance of nuclear power worldwide. (That organisation is clearly a Jewish/state funded outfit as is obvious to anyone equipped with J-dar). It claims that 'Germany, for example, already has more generating capacity from wind-power than the UK nuclear component and within six years will have more solar powered capacity too.http://www.oxfordresearchgroup.org.uk/p ... al_warming
This is the downloadable 'paper' --- http://www.oxfordresearchgroup.org.uk/s ... energy.pdf
and it does indeed claim Germany has considerable wind power, despite (they say) having less good wind resources than Britain.My reading is that frauds are possibly going to surface soon, as with Enron.
Let's hope the records can't be destroyed with government collusion, as Enron's records were (it's said) destroyed in WTC7. Along with the climate change fraud, and the carbon emissions money-making fraud mostly of Goldman-Sachs, there's the wind farm fraud in which capacities are absurdly overstated and costs understated, and very likely the dumpload/ 'nuclear power' fraud; and the nuclear research frauds which are outlined indirectly in the paper, though of course it's deliberately made hard to interpret such things as 'fast breeders'. However, it does seem possible solar power might be useful ... let's hope so.