nuke's yea or ney?

do you suport nuclear power?

  • yep, its the wave of the future

    Votes: 42 80.8%
  • no way man, im afraid of the nuclear boogie man

    Votes: 5 9.6%
  • FEZMAN is a creep.

    Votes: 5 9.6%

  • Total voters
    52

THE FEZ MAN

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#1
if switching over to nuclear power would end our dependence on those fucking doonkoons would you support it?

i for one not only support nuclear power but encourage it.

discuss
 

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#2
Yes... of course I support nuclear power. Exposure to nuclear radiation gives humans superpowers.

Don't you idiots read comic books?
 

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#3
well, yeah
 

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Yuppers
 

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I live in a upstate NY about 20 miles from Indian Point, which is a nuclear energy power plant.

They have never had any real issues, yet there is are constant protests to shut it down. It is very well protected and is very well regulated. Up until 9-11 the security was much more relaxed and you were able to basically travel in and out at will, which was pretty scary.


I have no problem. Although if it was to be closed I would not mind either.
 

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#10
I used my mod powers to vote for both 1 and 3.

Don't listen to the hippies. Clean, Carbon Free, virtually limetless power. Crank up the centrifuges!

Dopie Opie said:
I live in a upstate NY about 20 miles from Indian Point, which is a nuclear energy power plant.
Howdy Neighbor!

Actually, I'm south of the point by 15 miles or so.

Safe, Secure, Vital. Entergy's Indian Point Energy Center.
 

THE FEZ MAN

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i recently watched a special on IFC about the incident at chernoble (sP) and the aftermath, basically it pointed out that even though there was massive doses of radiation released, with the exception of the first responders that actually fought the fire and took part in the encapsulation of the exposed core, there were less than 200 deaths as a result of the accident, also there has been almost NO incidents of the cancers that were expected. and of course i cant find it.... im a fucktard

i think its called "heavy water" but i cant quite remember maybe it was 20 years after,,, needless to say it was a seemingly unbiased view on the events
oh and now that i think about it were i live im surrounded buy reactors, including TMI, Salem, Limerick and Peach Bottom, but i worry more about Marcus Hook (basically a giant refinery that someone built a company town next too)
 

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I used my mod powers to vote for both 1 and 3.

Don't listen to the hippies. Clean, Carbon Free, virtually limetless power. Crank up the centrifuges!



Howdy Neighbor!

Actually, I'm south of the point by 15 miles or so.

Safe, Secure, Vital. Entergy's Indian Point Energy Center.
I am a sales rep and actually call on customers in Peekskill and Bucchanan.

I have been on the premises a bunch of times. I always had an uneasy feeling about being able to drive right up and in, all around the place.

But to be honest it used to be the same thing over at West Point. Up until 9-11 anybody could drive into West Point and wonder around without an escort or anything.

Try doing that at either place now, buddy
 
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#13
I love how they protest Indian Pt, but not Oyster Creek or the others in S Jersey.
 

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I thought we were talking aboot blowing up all the sand*******. oh well, nuke power is otay as well.
 
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#15
I think everyone in S.Jersey have tails. maybe from the nukes, maybe not.

just an observation.
 

THE FEZ MAN

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I think everyone in S.Jersey have tails. maybe from the nukes, maybe not.

just an observation.
oh its the fall out from the refinery's up and down the Delaware river/bay 200 years of dumping shit in the river has finely caught up with us
 

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#17
All for it..Even nuke cars, toasters...etc..radiate the world I say
 

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Have they figured out what to do with the waste yet? Nuclear waste has a half life of ummm... a long time. Have they figured out a way to stabilize the waste and recycle it rather than bury it in the ground?

Hopefully I'm phrasing this right.
 

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#20
if switching over to nuclear power would end our dependence on those fucking doonkoons would you support it?

i for one not only support nuclear power but encourage it.

discuss
I'm for testing it out on the doonkoons first,
oh you mean for power? I am for it. I drive past the palo verde plant west of Phoenix az and have never had any side effects whatsoever. I'm for sending the waste to the sun, it would burn up millions of miles before it ever got there and there is so much radiation in space any way it would not matter.
 

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i recently watched a special on IFC about the incident at chernoble (sP) and the aftermath, basically it pointed out that even though there was massive doses of radiation released, with the exception of the first responders that actually fought the fire and took part in the encapsulation of the exposed core, there were less than 200 deaths as a result of the accident, also there has been almost NO incidents of the cancers that were expected. and of course i cant find it.... im a fucktard

i think its called "heavy water" but i cant quite remember maybe it was 20 years after,,, needless to say it was a seemingly unbiased view on the events
oh and now that i think about it were i live im surrounded buy reactors, including TMI, Salem, Limerick and Peach Bottom, but i worry more about Marcus Hook (basically a giant refinery that someone built a company town next too)

Do yourself a favor and check this out. http://inmotion.magnumphotos.com/essays/chernobyl.aspx




That being said I'm all for nuclear power, and reusing spent rods.
 
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#23
I say hell yeah. They can make rods that "shut themselves down" when they get too hot, so that things don't melt and shit.
 

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#24
I don't really believe that power sources other than nuclear are causing global warming, but I am in favor of nuke plants. Coal is a dirty business.
 

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#25
For all intents and purposes...

I'll say no.
 
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