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    Quote Originally Posted by ExKilleencitizen View Post
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    Store it in California, Oregon, New York, and New Jersey...multitude of problems solved
    if we're gonna store it on earth, we oughtta drop it in the mid-atlantic trench. personally, i think we oughtta send the stuff to another galaxy.....mac
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    Quote Originally Posted by gnatsum View Post
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    Nuclear is unpopular as an energy source, as one has to do something with the plutonium as it is consumed, and if I remember correctly, the waste byproduct(s) is/are highly radioactive for DECADES....
    not decades.....eons!

    half life for the stuff is something close to 30 thousand years.......it's still deadly after 500,000 years.......mac
    Don't ask f'r rights. Take thim. An' don't let anny wan give thim to ye. A right that is handed to ye f'r nawthin' has somethin' the matter with it. It's more than likely on'y a wrong turned inside out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mac View Post
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    not decades.....eons!

    half life for the stuff is something close to 30 thousand years.......it's still deadly after 500,000 years.......mac
    Tested and proven, or theoretically deadly after 500,000 years?
    I would venture a guess that it is theoretical . . . Not many humans have been around for 500,000 years, let alone humans that have been exposed to nuclear waste products produced by nuclear power plants.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gnatsum View Post
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    After Three Mile, there was a nuke plant in Texas that was finished (Glen Rose).
    All plants permited ( in the planning) and all plants under construction were alowed to be completed.
    There may have been an addition 2 that were permitted afterward I didn't keep up with it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mac View Post
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    more folks were killed at chappaquiddick bridge than at three mile island......mac
    So........that means what?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gnatsum View Post
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    After Three Mile, there was a nuke plant in Texas that was finished (Glen Rose).
    i just checked, construction on the Glen Rose plants started in 1974.
    Before Three Mile Island. They were completed in 1990 after Three Mile Island.
    Wikipedia says they were the third to the last power reactors in come online in the U.S.
    The last two to come online are in Tennnessee and were under construction in 1973. So there are no new nuclear power plants planned or built after Three Mile Island.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mat View Post
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    So........that means what?
    Friends don't let friends ride with Ted
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ricky View Post
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    Friends don't let friends ride with Ted
    Is Ted still driving in his.......condition?

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    There once was a senator from Mass, who went out in search of some.....yea, you've probably heard that...….



    "I hit the ball as hard as I can. If I can find it, I hit it again" John Daly

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