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Nov 24 '21 at 19:01 answer chris timeline score: 0
Nov 24 '21 at 6:00 history tweeted twitter.com/StackPolitics/status/1463386900862062593
Nov 20 '21 at 20:33 comment added Ian Boyd I was about to say that it was a political (rather than practical, reasonable, or technological) decision. But then i noticed which *.stackexchange site i was on. It was a political decision - which has all usual amount of rationality as most political decisions.
Nov 20 '21 at 12:28 history protected Philipp
Nov 20 '21 at 1:36 comment added Mazura Energiewende
Nov 18 '21 at 15:06 answer Peter - Reinstate Monica timeline score: 2
Nov 18 '21 at 2:51 comment added user39964 @FluidCode And I just read that in the process of ending mining operations uranium was still produced and sold there, with the supposedly last shipment being in June 2021.
Nov 18 '21 at 2:44 comment added user39964 @FluidCode no active uranium mines, yes. But the Wismut AG used to mine in Saxonia and Thuringa, and there are significant amounts of Uranium left. New mining operations in these regions are currently being considered for other elements.
Nov 18 '21 at 0:40 history became hot network question
Nov 17 '21 at 19:12 answer Pete W timeline score: 10
Nov 17 '21 at 18:53 answer o.m. timeline score: 7
Nov 17 '21 at 17:45 comment added Jan I feel it is worth pointing out that your first article is talking about an interview the executive director of EDF – a large producer of nuclear power – gave. Obviously, the interviewee who is being quoted is a biased source. This doesn't take away from the question as a whole, though.
Nov 17 '21 at 17:42 answer Jan timeline score: 60
Nov 17 '21 at 17:24 comment added FluidCode What does the sentence "Germany gets its nuclear and coal energy domestically" mean? AFAIK Germany does not have Uranium mines.
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Nov 17 '21 at 17:01 comment added Ekadh Singh - Reinstate Monica As written, this appears to be asking for speculation, which is one of this sites custom close reasons. If I’m misunderstanding, feel free to explain to me how, or edit your question.
Nov 17 '21 at 16:40 history asked Alexei CC BY-SA 4.0