South Carolinians, like Ontarians, appear to be paying dearly for the fraud that is nuclear power. The idea that delays and cost overruns and the enormous capital outlays are never questioned proves that people in general cannot conceive of a big lie.
The idea of the 9/11 hoax convinced me of the nuclear weapons hoax, which logically led me to question nuclear power and the entire nuclear science narrative.
In a major blow to the future of nuclear power in the United States, two South Carolina utilities said on Monday that they would abandon two unfinished nuclear reactors in the state, putting an end to a project that was once expected to showcase advanced nuclear technology but has since been plagued by delays and cost overruns. The two reactors, which have cost the utilities roughly $9 billion, remain less than 40 percent built. The cancellation means there are just two new nuclear units being built in the
Interesting hoax numerology of the alleged nuclear component of their power production.
South Carolina currently gets 55 percent of its electricity from nuclear power and 40 percent from coal and natural gas. The two reactors were expected to push most of the state’s remaining coal plants off the grid, reducing planet-warming emissions. But the failure of the project could lead to those coal units running for longer.
Ontario’s hoax nuclear number is around the same percent.