Masuzoe won the election. You're grasping at straws here, pal.
Pretty much exactly what marty said. The pro/anti nuclear debate has little to no bearing on existing reactors, it's about whether new ones are built.
You have no idea what you're talking about. Everyone is eventually "going green." That's not a particularly new insight. The problem is that reliable green energy technology is still grossly cost prohibitive to be put into mass production at the level that Japan needs. And in all reality, according to the experts, green technology prices and efficiency are about 20 - 30 years away from where they would have to be for Japan to replace 35% of its energy sources (which is what nukes made up prior to 3/11) with them.
What's the source of that poll? Last numbers I saw about a week ago had about 40% favoring none, 30 % favoring them, and 30% undecided. Are you lumping together the undecideds with the against? Should go work for Frank Luntz.
To be fair, conservativerules is clearly DrStone, so he's been posting for a bit more than 1 month.
I just figured after almost 2 years of the same shtick, he'd get tired of it. What's truly great is how he thinks he's so clever that because he doesn't use his DrStone alias anymore, people won't recognize it's him. It's actually really sad.
I ran the numbers, and basically for the current stock price to be within the realms of sensibility (A P/E between 15 and 15), they have to both TRIPLE their current TV rights fees from $140M to $420M (seems very unrealistic) and increase their net profit margin from the current 2.2% to a more reasonable 8% (which prior to 2011, was typically between 9% - 12%). As soon as any of these two assumptions fail to materialize, the current valuation is absurd.
When you're receiving loans at 1% interest and under, there's no need to issue more shares.