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On Measurement of Poverty

nuclear scientists has only encouraged lite adoption of such an attitude, CONCLUSION Nuclear energy has raised in its wake a host of problems which need he solved before a nation can proceed to adopt it for power generation on a large scale. The peculiar characteristic of nuclear power, effects of which have to he considered for accounting even for periods when the nuclear plant has long ceased to operate, vitiates comparability with competing energy resources like coal-based power. Overplaying the promise of nuclear power has been at the cost of the development of coal technology.

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