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Energy myths

IN his letter (September 13), Michael Job says, perceptively, that opposition to the Corrib gas pipeline, like opposition to nuclear power and wind farms, seems to be based on ignorance, superstition and mythology.

How true, but unfortunately this sort of ignorant opposition, especially to nuclear power, extends all the way up to the highest levels in the land.

What do we have to do to get these people to study the problem — and think?

David Sowby

Knocksinna Crescent

Dublin 18


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