Nuclear Power Debate - Sophia, WV

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Prophetic Expeditionary

Beckley, WV

#1 Mar 23, 2012
Earth changes are making nuclear plants more dangerous now because of earthquake activity.
Douche Bag

Charlottesville, VA

#2 Apr 19, 2012
Check out Hanford Nuclear facility Hanford, Washington before making your decision. One who knows. I worked at Hanford. Sophia would make a good nuclear test site.
Brenda Horton

Beckley, WV

#3 Apr 20, 2012
look at what happened in Japan and Chernobyl, When they melt down there is no stopping them. I know we need power plants. I guess if we want to weigh the dead kids. The birth defects, the soil, the foods that are eaten that cause the same affects. Sure nuclear is the way to go...
naranda

United States

#4 Apr 22, 2012
Prophetic Expeditionary wrote:
Earth changes are making nuclear plants more dangerous now because of earthquake activity.
Do you have proof of this?
naranda

United States

#5 Apr 22, 2012
Brenda Horton wrote:
look at what happened in Japan and Chernobyl, When they melt down there is no stopping them. I know we need power plants. I guess if we want to weigh the dead kids. The birth defects, the soil, the foods that are eaten that cause the same affects. Sure nuclear is the way to go...
You don't know much about nuclear power if you're using Japan & Chernobyl as examples.
Douche Bag

Charlottesville, VA

#6 Apr 24, 2012
naranda wrote:
<quoted text>You don't know much about nuclear power if you're using Japan & Chernobyl as examples.
If you don't use them as examples you are naieve. They are perfect examples. Radation cannot be contained and is deadly for thousands of years. We have no place to store nuclear waste now. Perhaps you would like living close to Chernobyl and watch your hair and teeth fall out.
Douche Bag

Charlottesville, VA

#7 Apr 24, 2012
!/2 life of thorium 234 is 4.5 billion years. Think about that Brenda Horton. Can we afford even a small disaster that will destroy land occupancy for that period of time with the population getting larger every year. Think about future generations at jeporady for our short term needs. We can find another way.
Friesen

Los Angeles, CA

#8 Apr 24, 2012
Douche Bag wrote:
<quoted text> If you don't use them as examples you are naieve. They are perfect examples. Radation cannot be contained and is deadly for thousands of years. We have no place to store nuclear waste now. Perhaps you would like living close to Chernobyl and watch your hair and teeth fall out.
We do have storage space. You're naive. You can't even spell it right. Chernobyl had a graphite core and lacked primary containment.
Japan was placed too close to the ocean and on a known fault precipice. They also didn't use a triple redundant system like most in the US do.
You really need to educate yourself unless your goal is to make a fool of yourself.
Douche Bag

Charlottesville, VA

#9 Apr 24, 2012
naranda wrote:
<quoted text>You don't know much about nuclear power if you're using Japan & Chernobyl as examples.
Your line of thinking creates a great danger to the public. Go take a nap.
Friesen

Los Angeles, CA

#10 Apr 24, 2012
I am a Douche Bag wrote:
!/2 life of thorium 234 is 4.5 billion years. Think about that Brenda Horton. Can we afford even a small disaster that will destroy land occupancy for that period of time with the population getting larger every year. Think about future generations at jeporady for our short term needs. We can find another way.
Wrong. We've used it safely over 50 years. Oh...and let's see you come up with another way that will meet the demand. Bet you can't!
Consearnedcitizi an

New York, NY

#11 Apr 26, 2012
Bla bla
Dr chin

Washington, GA

#12 Apr 27, 2012
Nuclear power plants around the world are as safe as electricity. Both can kill and Electricity has killed the most!
Dr chin

Washington, GA

#13 Apr 27, 2012
The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health has found that roughly 9% of workers with 25 years or more in mines tested positive for black lung in 2005-2006, the latest published data, up from about 4% in the late 1990s. The rates also doubled for people with 20 to 24 years in mining, including many in their 30s and 40s, according to NIOSH, part of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Black lung accounts for more deaths than do mine accidents, including explosions and cave-ins. More than 10,000 miners have died from the disease during the past decade, compared with fewer than 400 from mine accidents.

You worry about Nuclear power and yet you live in this current health issue with coal mining.

US, Nuclear power is cleaner, safer, and will protect the future! Current technologies have proved that Nuclear power plants can withstand a 12.5 earthquake.

Don't let the coal companys,electric power plants and oil and gas companys, fool you ; ) It's all about money and these companys, have enough money and lobbyists to lie effectivly to the public and make you believe it. Propaganda, to make them money at the expense of YOUR health!

Last year, NO one was killed or injured from a US Nuclear power plant. WOW!
Coal diseases kill 4000 people every year!! Just coal.
Dr chin

Washington, GA

#14 Apr 27, 2012
Douche Bag wrote:
!/2 life of thorium 234 is 4.5 billion years. Think about that Brenda Horton. Can we afford even a small disaster that will destroy land occupancy for that period of time with the population getting larger every year. Think about future generations at jeporady for our short term needs. We can find another way.
New Cancer strains are being diagnosed every year! Air quality is down 300% from 1965! Imagine 45 year's from now if we don't change?

Nuclear power is safe, clean and the only future we have. Without Nuclear power, we will have no future!

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