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Five Things to read in a long queue - Issue #618

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Five Things to read in a long queue - Issue #618
By Nico Lumma • Issue #618 • View online
As the war in the Ukraine is still going on, we debate energy costs and finally people come to understand that nuclear power is so much more costly than wind and solar. The more people come to understand that, the more claim the opposite and want more nuclear power. It’s bizarre how common sense gets pushed away by decades of PR. Fortunately it takes way too long to build new nuclear power plants and we have laws in Germany prohibiting that.
On a sidenote, I’m really interested how that superspreader-event in Munich will affect the COVID-19 numbers world-wide as 6 million people will meet, drink beer, hug, dance and exchange lot of bodily fluids.

It’s Time to Prepare for a Ukrainian Victory
Meet Yvon Chouinard, the “Existential Dirtbag” Who Gave Patagonia Back to the Planet
Researchers Ask: Does Enforcing Civility Stifle Online Debate?
Sleep More, Save the Planet?
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