I don't know if you're meaning Michael Shellenberger or Dennis Prager. For this topic and my having had responsibility for decisions their fans pushed and push a don't do anything now because of the potential nuclear power has. They're right about the potential. If we didn't take action we would not have achieved some really important things. I'm meaning the resilience and economic prosperity. For example, we have a $5 billion company that moved its headquarters from New York to about 1.5 miles from my house. Several smaller businesses have all acted or stayed for what I'll call a sustainability or quality city strategy. We've discussed the importance of jobs in other threads. This stuff - what powers that fire truck - has done much to help that. The strategy to go after new era, high tech, finance and science jobs has been a really good thing for an area that used to be "rust belt". Now the manufacturing we have is different and mostly more sophisticated than decades ago but those jobs and the ones that support them are all strong here. We're long into having lower unemployment than the rest of the state and country.