Nuclear Power Debate - Granite City, IL

Discuss the national Nuclear Power debate in Granite City, IL.

Do you support building more nuclear power plants?

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Since: Apr 10

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#1 Mar 27, 2011
If you move this to Granite, I'm moving. We're already breathing in steel flakes. Isn't that concern enough for one community?

Since: Apr 11

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#2 Apr 1, 2011
No need for concern...I doubt there would be anyone in GC with enough smarts to run a nuclear power plant.

Since: Apr 10

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#3 Apr 2, 2011
Blackanchors wrote:
No need for concern...I doubt there would be anyone in GC with enough smarts to run a nuclear power plant.
How rude!

Since: Apr 11

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#4 Apr 2, 2011
abusedbyauthority wrote:
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How rude!
Yeah, I know. Thats how I roll. What makes me different is that I didn't mention anyone specific by name.

Since: Apr 10

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#5 Apr 3, 2011
Blackanchors wrote:
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Yeah, I know. Thats how I roll. What makes me different is that I didn't mention anyone specific by name.
You didn't have to mention any specific names. You degraded a whole community. Rudeness is not my forte, so hope you don't "roll" in this area.
rob

Nashville, IL

#6 Apr 8, 2011
japan duh, we are on a fault line.. radiation kills
bill

Collinsville, IL

#7 Apr 10, 2011
granite city has enought problems without
worring about and accident. we would like to
die from all the poultion that all ready here.
Gcgirl

Granite City, IL

#8 Apr 16, 2011
Seriously I freaked out bad enough about the problem in Japan... I agree with Rob, we are ON A MAJOR FAULT LINE. If they put one here im MOVING
Gcgirl

Granite City, IL

#9 Apr 16, 2011
WE ARE ON A FAULT LINE you stupid people do NOT put a nuclear power plant here we have enough problems already!
ICU

Fairview Heights, IL

#10 Apr 20, 2011
Why not put a coal palant there? It would match up fine when they reverse the batteries at the coke ovens
Just Great

Granite City, IL

#11 Apr 21, 2011
Just what we need ... GLOWING COUGHING citizens ...
someone

Granite City, IL

#12 Apr 29, 2011
not healthy
anniearnold

Belleville, IL

#13 Jun 29, 2011
Dangerous and more costly than other forms of energy.
Yukon Brody

Granite City, IL

#14 Jul 15, 2011
anniearnold wrote:
Dangerous and more costly than other forms of energy.
LOL please elaborate on a less dangerous, and cleaner way to provide energy in GC.
Yukon Brody

Granite City, IL

#15 Jul 15, 2011
anniearnold wrote:
Dangerous and more costly than other forms of energy.
Sorry, i meant less costly in the place of cleaner.

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#16 Jul 15, 2011
Make all the residents of GC drawing welfare take rotating 4 hour shifts on a massive energy producing hampster wheel of sorts. That would be both clean, and less costly, and as a side benefit would improve the health and physique of our less fortunate brothers and sisters.
say again

Granite City, IL

#17 Jul 10, 2012
If Japans recent nuclear disaster hasn't taught us any lessons we are hopeless. Solar and wind energy can easily replace Nuclear and coal.

Some European countries such as Germany have already pledged to end nuclear and are ahead of schedule to do so by their 2022 deadline.

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