Proposed nuclear plant given right to use Green River water
Critics of a proposed nuclear power plant near Emery County's Green River say the state dodged its only real chance to say no to the deal and instead waffled by granting water rights necessary for its operation.
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#1 Jan 25, 2012
Subjcet: Water to cool broken reactor in Green River.
You folks do not have enough water to cool a broken reactor.
I suggest you prepare a emegency response team
to clean up nuke waste before you start up the reactor.
TMI broke down in 5 years, Japan 20 years.
#2 Jan 26, 2012
With oil at USD 100+ there are few option for energy .outside "nukular".
So sheeple will have to confront their fear of raydee-ayshun? Cry me a river, would you.
Since: Mar 12
#3 Mar 21, 2012
I live in Green River, Have you even seen the river its pretty damn big, set up a small damn or divert to a holding area and you can at least buy time to cool a reactor.
#4 Mar 22, 2012
TMI broke more than 30 years ago, the reactor was cooled, nobody was hurt and nobody was killed. Other normally used energy systems have hurt and killed hundreds of people in those past 30 years and continue to do so. Burralo Hollow is an example. Anti-nuclear fear mongering has caused more deaths, injuries and illness than Fukushima and TMI combined.
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