posted on May, 7 2011 @ 08:08 PM
I’m reading a lot of negative against the power plants, and discussions about the ageing aspect of the plants. First let me say I do not work for
nor ever have worked for any power plant, I did grow up in a sea shore town with a power plant and knew many of my neighbors whom worked in the plant.
Never once was there ever a problem and the plant not only being a large employer but because of there tax contributions our locale land tax rates
where very low. The plant was scheduled to be closed and disassembled at a pre determined time, but the plant was lucky and was eligible for a refit,
this allowed the plant to stay operational for additional amount of time, to the best of my knowledge that plant is still in operations today.
Nuclear is very safe, and is the cleanest energy source we currently have, with the so called global warming and the concerns people have with clean
air, nuclear is the best option today. Until big brother allows the development of the Tesla coil, like so many other real inventions that the money
grabbers will not allow to come about, this planet will always be in trouble.
Accidents happen and when they do it is tragic, what we need to asses this incident is the ppb released, since the water way is large and fast flowing
and will enter into even a larger body of water, the ppb is so low that the threat health level is probably none existent. Ppb = parts per billion,
and this is most like the case since there was no real news coverage on this incident.
Don’t get me wrong even the smallest of any accident should be unacceptable, and because of the advanced training, science, and technology even
these small incidents are few and far between, and with further advancements it is my belief they will be eliminated all together.
For those whom real want to make a difference may I recommend investing your time in getting off grid, become self sufficient, look at alternative
power sources and Aquaponics for food, my favorite of the self contained food systems. The more people get off the grid, the less power will be
needed to supply, and our resources will last for many life times. For more information and ideas on self sufficiency I recommend my blog and the
drprepper radio show on btr, blog talk radio. www.drmeola.blogspot.com