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From: firstname.lastname@example.org (StevJensen)
Date: 05 Nov 2002 12:03:31 GMT
Organization: AOL http://www.aol.com
Subject: Re: eer
Keith R. Williams email@example.com
>No, quite the contrary. I'm completely comfortable with nukes.
>I am uncomfortable with the politicians
Personally I would just insert a period here:)
>handling of the waste for the past
>three decades though. The waste problem is a simple matter of
>technology. Unfortunately, politics isn't.
>> OTOH according to these pages this natural reactor did
>> not burn a hole to the center of the earth and locked
>> all (or at least a good part) its garbage up in rock.
>Indeed, quite an interesting discovery. The sky isn't falling and
>China is still there.
>> Having a nuke down the street is beginning to sound
>> a lot better than getting dusted by Pu and Th anyway
>> as the coal burning plant liberates this stuff bound up
>> in the coal. Not to mention the ash (also carcinogenic)
>> and CO_2. The airport down the street is less than 20
>> feet above sea level so I suspect a 6 meter increase
>> in sea level, from global warming,
>I'm not a fan of the GW Chicken Littles either.
Then there is the other group that says we are preventing an ice age.
>> could give me a
>> fatal case of di-hydrogen oxide poisoning to boot
>Could be worse. It could be hydrogen-hydroxide poisoning.
You are right - your notation appears to be more to standard.
Did you know that a petition in CA has obtained a large number
of signatures to make this vile substance illegal?
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