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Clovis Sangrail Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Feb-27-08 11:39 AM
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3. shhhhhh... you're not supposed to talk about that stuff.. /nt
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  -Did Florida Go to the Radioactive Brink? (yesterday) ensho  Feb-27-08 11:31 AM   #0 
  - BULL SHIT Scare article  dbackjon   Feb-27-08 11:35 AM   #1 
  - and the waste?  ensho   Feb-27-08 11:38 AM   #2 
  - shhhhhh... you're not supposed to talk about that stuff.. /nt  Clovis Sangrail   Feb-27-08 11:39 AM   #3 
  - good grief  idovoodoo   Feb-27-08 11:41 AM   #7 
  - Umm, yes, a storm very well could  MadHound   Feb-27-08 08:03 PM   #25 
  - Amen, Ensho...I have relatives by marriage who have been horribly  Ecumenist   Feb-27-08 11:42 AM   #9 
  - How on Earth is a storm going to damage a containment building?  BadgerLaw2010   Feb-27-08 11:44 AM   #10 
  - stored safely on site, as has been done for decades  dbackjon   Feb-27-08 02:32 PM   #18 
     - LOL!. Do you realize how many of those on site storage facilities are leaking right now  MadHound   Feb-27-08 08:06 PM   #26 
  - Exactly. And also virtually the only alternative as oil supplies dwindle.  idovoodoo   Feb-27-08 11:40 AM   #4 
  - You're totally discounting things like wind, solar, geothermal, biomass etc.  MadHound   Feb-27-08 08:08 PM   #27 
  - Which explains why the massive increase in world wide nuclear capacity  FogerRox   Feb-27-08 09:08 PM   #36 
  - Clearly you don't  raincity_calling   Feb-27-08 12:11 PM   #17 
     - I understand it better than you, apparently  dbackjon   Feb-27-08 02:34 PM   #19 
     - Please provides cites  FogerRox   Feb-27-08 08:23 PM   #32 
     - That explains why so many nuclear plants are being built, while solar panels remain unsold  FogerRox   Feb-27-08 09:06 PM   #35 
     - Right  FogerRox   Feb-27-08 08:15 PM   #29 
  - Not a good idea to build more reactors in hurricane alley without effective backup plans.  Selatius   Feb-27-08 11:40 AM   #5 
  - The center of Andrew passed only a few miles from Turkey Point  Freddie Stubbs   Feb-27-08 11:48 AM   #13 
     - It's the auxillary systems that support the main containment building that seem to worry.  Selatius   Feb-27-08 11:52 AM   #14 
        - I went through Hurricane Andrew, and also worked at Turkey Point before  Ghost in the Machine   Feb-27-08 07:53 PM   #23 
           - Yikes...  RexDart   Feb-27-08 10:38 PM   #41 
  - I've been wondering what might happen around here this coming  NCevilDUer   Feb-27-08 11:41 AM   #6 
  - the nuke plants on Fl.'s west coast already have the problem of too hot water  ensho   Feb-27-08 11:48 AM   #12 
  - Can decentralized solar panels provide power equal to those antiquated nuclear time bombs?  ClassWarrior   Feb-27-08 11:41 AM   #8 
  - Jimmy Carter had a proposal in the 1970s to put solar panels on the houses of America.  Selatius   Feb-27-08 11:44 AM   #11 
  - I knew the Carter/White House/Ray-Gun part of the story, but...  ClassWarrior   Feb-27-08 11:54 AM   #16 
  - Negative..Cant smelt shit  Pavulon   Feb-27-08 07:57 PM   #24 
     - Or use geothermal like Iceland is doing  MadHound   Feb-27-08 09:58 PM   #38 
  - The fact that it shut down proves its safety designs work,  spoony   Feb-27-08 11:53 AM   #15 
  - Someone was hacking into the nuke facility by internet  lovuian   Feb-27-08 02:35 PM   #20 
  - I'm looking for another ENRON conspiracy...  Sancho   Feb-27-08 06:02 PM   #21 
  - Serious nuclear accidents have been happening since the meltdown outside of Los Angeles in 1959...  ReadTomPaine   Feb-27-08 06:37 PM   #22 
  - If these were real incidents, they could not be covered up...  dbackjon   Feb-27-08 08:35 PM   #33 
     - The Simi incident occurred at the Santa Susana Field Lab...  ReadTomPaine   Feb-27-08 08:57 PM   #34 
        - Note the date - 1959  dbackjon   Feb-27-08 10:24 PM   #39 
           - There have been approximately 30 nuclear accidents at research facilities and power plants...  ReadTomPaine   Feb-27-08 11:04 PM   #42 
  - Here is a link chock full of reasons for concern regarding nukes  chknltl   Feb-27-08 08:14 PM   #28 
  - instead of new nuke plants, why not look into tidal turbines?  QuestionAll   Feb-27-08 08:22 PM   #30 
  - How well do solar panels survive hurricanes?  LeftyMom   Feb-27-08 08:22 PM   #31 
  - that's what you have insurance for. same as your roof. if a tree limb damages it, you replace it.  nashville_brook   Feb-28-08 12:09 AM   #43 
  - This is called a "fail safe." When there is a problem, it fails to a safe - off - state.  BadgerLaw2010   Feb-27-08 09:50 PM   #37 
  - So, let's burn more coal instead. That'll solve all our problems, won't it?  Redstone   Feb-27-08 10:26 PM   #40 

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