Nuclear Power Debate - Denver, CO

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Mar 23, 2011
 
Don't want to spend the rest of my life guarding them.
Robert Brutyn

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Mar 23, 2011
 
Progress baby. Let the hippies hug trees elsewhere

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Mar 23, 2011
 
Robert Brutyn wrote:
Progress baby. Let the hippies hug trees elsewhere
I'm not a tree hugger, just don't want my kid to glow in the dark.

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Mar 23, 2011
 
71,862 tones of nuclear waist we don't know what to do with and have to store and protect it for the next 10,000 years. How much will that cost our kids?

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Mar 23, 2011
 
Almost 72,000 tones of nuclear waist that we have to protect and store for 10,000 years, how much does that cost?
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Mar 23, 2011
 
We're not likely to have a tsunami in Colorado, now are we?

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Mar 23, 2011
 
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We're not likely to have a tsunami in Colorado, now are we?
Nor Russia or three mile Island.
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Mar 24, 2011
 
We don't have earth quakes either.
Drop that nuclear waste in the marinas trench-problem solved.
The problem with thinking the government will solve any problems is that they create another department and they then hire more people to study the problem then they hiring more people to study the problem, their end game is to have everyone on the payroll

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Mar 24, 2011
 
If we agree to store the spent fuel rods under the homes of those that profit from nuclear, how many reactors would be built? Someday your children will reason as I do.

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Mar 24, 2011
 
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If we agree to store the spent fuel rods under the homes of those that profit from nuclear, how many reactors would be built? Someday your children will reason as I do.
no one reasons as you do dumbass
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Mar 24, 2011
 
I think if we could just harness the moons energy we could someday collect solar energy 24/7...I got a moontan the other night and it really itches..We were laying out in our bathing suits in the ivy by the pool and now Im really itchy.And now we are all red...So we got a moontan..I love gum dont you...Oops dropped my gum..Ouch..Bumped my head..did you see that ???I saw an angel....did you see stars too... ah ohhh.. Immmmg dizzyy

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Mar 24, 2011
 
I got a new sonic tooth brush, had a mechanical one prior. The sonic compaired to the mechanical is unbelievable, it must go 30,000 or 40,000 rpm compaired to 2,000rpm. I had to open it up to see just how it works, magnets!

Just think if we made generators with magnets rather than the copper wound armetures how much lighter and efficent they would be. Like the feather fans that cool your coputers and stuff. Thake almost no energy anf are so efficent. Now if we could put those kind of generators on the windmills we now have, even a slight breeze would get them really cranking. Couple that with te very efficent lithium battery tech. and bingo we are on our way. Try the sonic tooth brush, the feather fan and see what you think. Come on MIT you can do it! If you can't the School Of Mines can!
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Mar 24, 2011
 
Dances with Unicorns wrote:
I think if we could just harness the moons energy we could someday collect solar energy 24/7...I got a moontan the other night and it really itches..We were laying out in our bathing suits in the ivy by the pool and now Im really itchy.And now we are all red...So we got a moontan..I love gum dont you...Oops dropped my gum..Ouch..Bumped my head..did you see that ???I saw an angel....did you see stars too... ah ohhh.. Immmmg dizzyy
Screw you hippie

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Mar 24, 2011
 
Let's get back to basics folks!! I love the concept of harnessing the moon's energy. We now have solar and wind energy. I am sure the top scientists could figure it out. Heck, we did put a man on the moon in the 60's-know? No more nuclear plants, stop the takeover of people being guinea pigs. Yo, "Dances with Unicorns", we hippies will dance in the moonlight and absorb the natural energy!! ROCK ON!!
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Mar 24, 2011
 
Moooooooooooommmmm The hippies are multiplying.

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Mar 24, 2011
 
Eric C wrote:
Moooooooooooommmmm The hippies are multiplying.
Yep, we hippies are alive and well in numbers, we are the protesters for the good of mankind. Down with styro foam anything!! Rockin' and lovin' it!!

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Mar 24, 2011
 
Colorado Chick wrote:
<quoted text>Yep, we hippies are alive and well in numbers, we are the protesters for the good of mankind. Down with styro foam anything!! Rockin' and lovin' it!!
You're alright in my book. Welcome to Denver

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Mar 24, 2011
 
Drinkie the Clown wrote:
<quoted text>You're alright in my book. Welcome to Denver
Thank you, kind sir. it'll be a blast commenting on subjects about our territory. Afterall, we do live in this rockin' state.

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Mar 24, 2011
 
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I got a new sonic tooth brush, had a mechanical one prior. The sonic compaired to the mechanical is unbelievable, it must go 30,000 or 40,000 rpm compaired to 2,000rpm. I had to open it up to see just how it works, magnets!
Just think if we made generators with magnets rather than the copper wound armetures how much lighter and efficent they would be. Like the feather fans that cool your coputers and stuff. Thake almost no energy anf are so efficent. Now if we could put those kind of generators on the windmills we now have, even a slight breeze would get them really cranking. Couple that with te very efficent lithium battery tech. and bingo we are on our way. Try the sonic tooth brush, the feather fan and see what you think. Come on MIT you can do it! If you can't the School Of Mines can!
Uh Einstein ... generators HAVE magnets ... big ones ... that the armatures rotate within.

I agree with you on the nuclear plant thing however. Stop nuclear expansion now !!!

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Mar 24, 2011
 
Colorado Chick wrote:
<quoted text>Thank you, kind sir. it'll be a blast commenting on subjects about our territory. Afterall, we do live in this rockin' state.
Oh great. That's all we need out here is more green Greenie.

BTW, since I am sure you did not get that one. We up here one state north of you call all you Coloradians, Greenies, because your license plates used to all be green.

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