NEI Nuclear Notes has a recent post about Gundersen: In Attack on AP-1000, Anti-Nuke Gundersen Hits a New Low. I commented on that post with a note about debate in January between me and Gundersen, This was the Janus Forum debate at University of Vermont (UVM): Vermont Yankee, Shut It Down or Keep It Running? Because of the NEI blog post, some people have asked me if I have a link to that debate.
I posted an audio link to the debate on my blog back in January: Janus Forum Debate. However, I have never posted the video of that debate.
Why didn't I post the video? Well, it took a while for UVM to send me the video, and it took a while for me to ask Cavan Stone, physics grad student and Energy Education Project part-time intern, to mount the video on YouTube. Also, there are so many things to blog about, it's hard to keep up.
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The video is almost two hours long, which is daunting. If you want to skip around, here's the debate structure:
- I speak for 20 minutes
- Gundersen speaks for 20 minutes.
- Gundersen answers my presentation, for 10 minutes.
- I answer Gundersen's presentation, for 10 minutes.
We are now somewhere past the one-hour mark. The rest of the time is questions from the audience.