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Public acceptance of safe and reliable nuclear power in France

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Re: Public acceptance of safe and reliable nuclear power in France
February 08, 2011 05:49AM
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What you do is take the radioactive waste from nuclear power plants and you divide it up into much smaller packages and transport it in the safer quantities you use for radioactive waste from hospitals and cancer treatment centers.
Transport it to WHERE?


Mac
Mac McFadden Wrote:
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> What you do is take the radioactive waste from
> nuclear power plants and you divide it up into
> much smaller packages and transport it in the
> safer quantities you use for radioactive waste
> from hospitals and cancer treatment centers.
> Transport it to WHERE?


I cannot believe you are so dense.

You would transport it to the Yucca Mountain Nuclear Waste Facility!




Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 02/08/2011 06:04AM by James Cessna.
Cascade Wrote:
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> Not a solution. It would cost WAY too much to
> break up tonnes of material into ounces and ship
> it by private conveyance.

Sources?

Without reliable sources, these comments are mere speculation and unsupported conclusions on your part!
Anonymous User
Re: Public acceptance of safe and reliable nuclear power in France
February 08, 2011 06:13AM
And where do you put it when Yucca Mountain runs out of room?
It is a BIG space, but it is also a FINITE space.

By the way; the people who LIVE near Yucca Mountain are not all pleased with the idea.


Mac
Re: Public acceptance of safe and reliable nuclear power in France
February 08, 2011 07:06AM
If all the waste that is planned on going into Yucca Mountain actually ends up there, it will be full by 2014.

Cascade Wrote:
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> Not a solution. It would cost WAY too much to
> break up tonnes of material into ounces and ship
> it by private conveyance.

James responded:
Sources?

Without reliable sources, these comments are mere speculation and unsupported conclusions on your part!

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Common sense James. Go buy some.
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