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    And so now the pro-nuke shills dig deeper into their bag of tricks. My personal favorite is the parody on people with reasonable obections by associating them with true crackpots or overdone paranoia.

    My goodness you really must be getting desperate at this point?

    Your PSYOPS crapola isn't going to wash here though. Dozens if not hundreds of people for instance saw those pictures of deformed children from the Children's Chernobyl Project and the old website. Now they see a complete makeover with not a photo in sight except on the header. People aren't stupid. We know why the pictures were all yanked. One of them showed the boy in the upper right hand corner below. The UN doesn't want people seeing the truth about what awaits pregnant women near Fukushima. But we'll have those photos too.

    Yes, we will..



    Why the changes on that website just since Fukushima? [and more particularly since I posted a link to it on this thread?] Where did all those pictures go? Those poor children sacraficed on the altar of business-as-usual so that we can continue to boil water with radiation.
    DOMA Opinion, Pages 16-17: "The definition of marriage is the foundation of the State’s broader authority to regulate the subject of domestic relations ... the Constitution delegated no authority to the Government of the United States on the subject of marriage and divorce.”... In so Saying, the Highest Court said all the 49 states get to choose yes or no on gay marriage....all 49 of them... Loving v Virginia was about race, not polygamy or homosexuality, etc.

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    The French have lots of nuclear reactors and they seem to be doing fine.

    http://www.world-nuclear.org/info/inf40.html

    France derives over 75% of its electricity from nuclear energy. This is due to a long-standing policy based on energy security.
    France is the world's largest net exporter of electricity due to its very low cost of generation, and gains over EUR 3 billion per year from this.
    France has been very active in developing nuclear technology. Reactors and fuel products and services are a major export.
    It is building its first Generation III reactor and planning a second.
    About 17% of France's electricity is from recycled nuclear fuel.


    If you make reactors right, and put them in the right place, not like a nation that has regular earthquakes and tsunami's, aka Japan, there isn't any reason why the US shouldn't build more nuclear reactors.
    If we do not learn from the past, we will keep making the same stupid mistakes

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    Except that no nuclear reactor is foolproof and just one meltdown can ruin a whole region or even hemisphere if you count radioactive fallout and the trade winds/ocean currents. That little snag.

    It sounds really neat though to have a "groovy lady" name posting in favor of nuclear nightmares. It sugarcoats the pill and "talks calm sense" at a time when rational-alarm should be the fare of the day. Not everything can be soothed away. Poo pooed, mocked, scoffed and so forth. Need I remind you that Tokyo will fall ultimately as a result of this one little accident in the paragon country of efficiency and techological superiority. We went from the most backward country to have a nuclear accident, Russia's Chernobyl to the most advanced country having a nuclear accident [now deemed worse than Chernobyl] in Japan's Fukushima. There seems to be little differentiation or in fact more damage in the advanced culture than the backwards one.

    The UN sits on its hands while tradewinds deliver damaging fallout worldwide. The UN sits on its hands while fisheries die
    The UN sits on its hands when it comes to the truth about DNA damage in Russian orphanages around Chernobyl.
    The UN sits on its hands because it's paid to do so.

    Nuclear reactors simply use deadly and distorting radiation to boil water to steam to run turbines. We have other ways of doing that. We will not fall as a nation or a world as a result of greed and short-term gains. Face your shareholders and tell them the truth General Electric. Tell them you made an error and that no nuclear plant is 100% safe, nor can ever be. Tell them you have no idea what to do with the radioactive waste produced in old and new plants. Tell them that we must have all nuclear plants 100% safe; which is a goal that is impossible to achieve.

    Admit your losses and move on.
    DOMA Opinion, Pages 16-17: "The definition of marriage is the foundation of the State’s broader authority to regulate the subject of domestic relations ... the Constitution delegated no authority to the Government of the United States on the subject of marriage and divorce.”... In so Saying, the Highest Court said all the 49 states get to choose yes or no on gay marriage....all 49 of them... Loving v Virginia was about race, not polygamy or homosexuality, etc.

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    France and Canada prove that responsible management of nuclear power is actually preferable to coal power.

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    Every time she posts those phony photos, I will provide these very real photos.

    Again, the U.N. has denounced the photos she has provided now twice as false and not from Chernobyl. The group that uses them are exploiting the children for self enrichment per the United Nations. So we must ask ourselves, why does Silhouette use them?

    Now here are images that could be the result of geothermal power!









    The above pictures I provided are just as truthful as Silhouette's. The difference is that the U.N. did not debunk my photos.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Serfin' USA View Post
    France and Canada prove that responsible management of nuclear power is actually preferable to coal power.
    Sadly, you are correct. France has taken the lead. With their new generation reactors, they use less fuel, produce more power, and are even safer! China has begun to follow France here and builds many new reactors every year. Meanwhile, hardcore leftwing nuts have stomped on U.S. progressing and keeping up with the world.

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    yes how sad that we cannot mulitply by 100 overnight the potential for a Chernobyl or Fukushima near you. No power plant is ever 100% worry free. And we have a zero tolerance for meltdowns. So the math isnt' working out.

    Remember: Japan was considered state-of-the-art with nuclear before Fukushima.

    Remember?

    We do.

    France and Canada prove that responsible management of nuclear power is actually preferable to coal power.
    I'm trying to remember the last time a coal power plant exploded and rendered a 50 x 100 mile zone and surrounding cities uninhabitable for up to thousands of years? Who wants to live in an area where disfiguring cancers run eightfold normal? Nobody. Area is a dead zone around Chernobyl as far as humans are concerned and so will be 50 x 100 miles [or more] around Fukushima. And that's going to include Tokyo when this is all over.

    Only a madman would stay in Tokyo and risk his wife being pregnant there over a safer place. Who would take even a minute risk that their child would wind up looking like this from DNA mutations prevalent around radiation pollution?



    Nobody trusts you nuclear shills. Your day in the sun has come and gone. Nobody is going to bet their unborn child on whether or not you're telling the truth.
    Last edited by Silhouette; Apr 26 2011 at 03:19 PM.
    DOMA Opinion, Pages 16-17: "The definition of marriage is the foundation of the State’s broader authority to regulate the subject of domestic relations ... the Constitution delegated no authority to the Government of the United States on the subject of marriage and divorce.”... In so Saying, the Highest Court said all the 49 states get to choose yes or no on gay marriage....all 49 of them... Loving v Virginia was about race, not polygamy or homosexuality, etc.

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    Now here are images that could be the result of geothermal power!









    The above pictures I provided are just as truthful as Silhouette's. The difference is that the U.N. did not debunk my photos. They did however debunk the photos she has now posted (3) times.

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    They don't look quite as truthful. Are you working for GE by any chance? On the payroll are you?
    DOMA Opinion, Pages 16-17: "The definition of marriage is the foundation of the State’s broader authority to regulate the subject of domestic relations ... the Constitution delegated no authority to the Government of the United States on the subject of marriage and divorce.”... In so Saying, the Highest Court said all the 49 states get to choose yes or no on gay marriage....all 49 of them... Loving v Virginia was about race, not polygamy or homosexuality, etc.

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    This just in Ohio nuclear plant having problems.
    DOMA Opinion, Pages 16-17: "The definition of marriage is the foundation of the State’s broader authority to regulate the subject of domestic relations ... the Constitution delegated no authority to the Government of the United States on the subject of marriage and divorce.”... In so Saying, the Highest Court said all the 49 states get to choose yes or no on gay marriage....all 49 of them... Loving v Virginia was about race, not polygamy or homosexuality, etc.

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