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"What do we need power stations for? Where we live, the electricity comes out of the wall socket!" This saying from the anti-nuclear movement of the 1980s is just as relevant now as it was then. Germans want to move away from coal and nuclear power, but they would rather the high-voltage power lines and wind farms were not built near their homes. In simple terms, they want to have their cake and eat it. They would like all the benefits of renewable energy, but only on the principle of "not in my backyard." The anti-nuclear saying is a joke about the reliability, unlimited availability, and security of supply of electricity. We cannot guarantee that electricity from conventional sources will always be available in sufficient quantities and will be totally reliable. ...
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