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Posted on November 8 at 8:02 a.m.
The SME CEO coming online to sell his project is a huge red flag. He is worried about his bottom line because the project has sizable opposition.
He begins by noting the significant progress California has made in emissions reductions and uses that in an attempt to justify a precedent setting project that would undo much of our hard work by utilizing the most energy intensive form of extraction we have.
Don't be fooled by the way he explains emissions levels. He's talking about a rate, which may be as low as it was in '94. But decreasing the rate of water filling an already full bath tub will not keep it from overflowing.
In revealing his anxiety he certainly has not spoken to mine.
On Steaming Toward U.S. Energy Independence
Posted on October 6 at 2:01 p.m.
Susan Jordan is spot on. The tweaks seem like tactics designed to placate and concede without making any effective change. How will spacing the testing out actually lessen the impact on aquatic life?
On PG&E Tweaks Testing Proposal
Posted on March 22 at 9:32 p.m.
eyewitness - i don't understand why it matters they withstood the shaking part of the event in particular when they have since exploded and leaked radiation contamination to the tune of 400 millisieverts per hour outside the reactor. a nuclear worker's annual maximum exposure limit is 20 millisieverts and the minimum level that can cause cancer is 100.
On Lap Dogs of the Apocalypse
Posted on March 17 at 9:02 p.m.
According to the Union of Concerned Scientists, the reactor "operated for nearly 18 months with vital emergency systems disabled" due to "a misguided repair to valves that would not open fast enough."
now is the time to do be vocal.
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