posted on Apr, 23 2011 @ 08:27 PM
Great post. Ok time for the bean, fresh out the can. Imo our solution is to raise collective awareness so we don't tolerate the evil of nuclear
energy and nuclear weapons, and find a way to deal with what we have already done to ourselves and this planet, because the world is littered with
time bombs. They are all over the place, in caves, on the sea bed, in concrete tombs. Wouldn't want my descendants to be future archeologists,
digging around Yucca mountain, or one of ten thousand other hideous piles of radioactive garbage - would you?
Wakey wakey eggs n' bacey: nuclear power stations only exist to make the deadly plutonium to feed the deadly atomic bombs. This is why they are
subsidized and 'insured' by governments around the world.
Plutonium-239: The worst kind of anti-life, anti-Christ, anti God element you can imagine. Sheer...unlimited...power!!! (cackles hideously). I
guess if you don't believe God exists, you can be involved and rationalize it - even call it 'green' and nukes 'peacemakers'!!!! Yeah sure and
chemo heals cancer!!!!
Still, God exists and always reverts topsy turvy to right way up. Hello!!!!! So maybe there is a fix for half-life. Hey maybe life's a joke
too!!! But siriusly, you can't fix a problem until you realize you have a problem. And to have that realization, you need to overthrow the forces
that led you to create, be a part of, and tolerate that problem. That's a lot of peeps stuck in the Matrix and ready to defend it. Notice the girl
in the red dress????
check this teller - I mean telling - quote from the NEIS.org site:
"A 1951 study undertaken by the AEC concluded that commercial nuclear reactors would not be economically feasible if they were used solely to produce
electricity; they would be, however, if they also produced plutonium which could be sold. Utilities themselves were only mildly intrigued with the
notion of being able to produce "too cheap to meter electricity," and only so long as someone else took over the responsibility for the waste
products, and indemnified them against catastrophic nuclear plant accidents. The 1952 Annual Report for Commonwealth Edison is instructive on the
"In last year's report, we announced that our companies, as one of four non-governmental groups, had entered into an agreement with the Atomic
Energy Commission to study the practicability of applying nuclear energy to the production of power. The first year's study has been completed and a
report has been completed and a report has been made to the Commission. Included in the report were preliminary designs of two dual-purpose reactor
plants. By "dual-purpose" we mean that the plants would be primarily for the production of power but would also would produce plutonium for military
purposes as a by-product. In our judgment, these plants...would be justified from an economic standpoint only if a substantial value were as- signed
to the plutonium produced."7
"It was this fact which interested utilities in getting involved with nuclear reactors. This point was again made by the AEC's director of reactor
development, Lawrence R. Hafsted, who in 1951 said it was the multi-purpose reactor, "rather than the imminence of cheap civilian power which lies
behind the increased interest on the part of industry in certain phases of the atomic energy business." 3 "
ok you make your bed gotta lie in it - bean out - enjoy!!!!