keltik wrote:I'd still rather have nuclear plants. Think about this: the average US Navy aircraft carrier is staffed by 6000+ Seamen while at sea. They are 2 (two) nuclear reactors powering each carrier. They have had zero problems with the reactors and zero incidents of radiation poisoning of ship personnel.
Ryen91 wrote:I never said nuclear power was clean, It is alot cleaner the fossil fuels that is mostly used today. Solar Power is the Cleanest, Although if we could get cars running on nucelear power it would be awesome, except for the fact when there is an accident would cause an explosion that would be a half mile diamater and give out radiation that could get people to die from radiation poisoning. Nuclear power has its place but solar power is free, why scientiest millons of dollars to figure out something which we could get for FREE. WE should be paying scientiest to make solar panels that that will power the entire United States.
keltik wrote:If you put a nuclear power plant next to the coast and on a fault line you are asking for trouble. In Japan they don't really have a lot of options since the middle of the main island is a volcanic mountain range. Maybe they should have opted for geothermal in the first place. Now they have wave farms that generate electrical energy from the tides what better place than an island nation to use that.
plus banning nuke power prevents innovation in controls and safety and fuel reprocessing. you hippies want to talk about clean air and everything but you want to ban nuke power. France uses nuclear power for 78% of their power generation and they also have the cleanest air quality in Europe. A nuclear reactor just boils water into high pressure steam. Engineers and scientists need to be afforded the opportunity to work on these things.
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