Nuclear opponents in Texas seize on J...

Nuclear opponents in Texas seize on Japan crisis

There are 1 comment on the El Paso Times story from Mar 16, 2011, titled Nuclear opponents in Texas seize on Japan crisis. In it, El Paso Times reports that:

Opponents of a proposed Texas nuclear power plant are urging federal regulators to consider Japan's emergency efforts to avert a nuclear meltdown.

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Bird

Billings, MT

#1 Mar 16, 2011
Hysterical unwarranted fear by the global climate change/green energy scammers. They're comparing apples to oranges. The Fukushima plant was supposed to be decommissioned ten years ago because it didn't meet modern standards for nuclear safety and had numerous safety issues. Lack of money kept them piecing it together with assurances from GE they had nothing to worry about as long as they kept purchasing replacement parts from them.

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