The failure of the U.S. nuclear power program ranks as the largest managerial disaster in business history. The utility industry has already invested $125 billion, with an additional $140 billion to come before the decade is out – and only the blind, or the biased, can now think that money has been well spent.
Forbes Magazine, February 1986
It is clear by now that nuclear power is not economically viable. However, there IS money to be made along the nuclear fuel cycle for those in uranium and those in plutonium and those who make bombs and those who use plutonium in space, and those who make depleted uranium (DU) armaments (see chapter 5 re: DU).
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