I doubt anyone on here doesn't know of the tragedy in Japan, and the resulting problems going on in the nuclear plants they have. Nuclear power has long been a hot topic of debate, people for or against for a whole host of reasons. Chernobyl and 3 mile island being 2 disasters that help to back up the anti-nuclear protestors, but how do you think that the disaster in Japan will swing that debate? Further to that, how will the result of this ongoing disaster effect them? With oil gas and coal reserves running out, and renewable sources being too limited to provide all the power we will need in the future, should we embrace nuclear power here in the UK as the answer?