Could Japan's nuclear crisis rock Utah's plans for power plants
Pro , con or the fence about nuclear power, energy-minded Utahns agree that Japan's unfolding nuclear-reactor crisis will influence this state's nuclear power plans.
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#1 Mar 14, 2011
Nuclear power cannot be trusted.
What happens when an earthquake knocks down a windfarm? Does it poison the land for centuries, kill people hundreds of miles away, create birth defects, radiation sickness, aquifer poisoning ?
No, you just put the windmills back up.
Anyone who allows a nuke plant in Utah is a complete traitor to the state and human scum.
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