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Spokane, WA

Nuclear Power - Spokane, WA

Need to reduce energy use or just use it more wisely. See TurboBurn.net for one solution to the heating/hot water energy creation issues. The north Americans generate more wastes; much of which, after recycling, can be burned for energy and more cleanly than nuclear. Do you see the word unclear in nuclear? The time is now; take over your utilities and make heat and hot water yourself! MUCH cheaper and it is NOT rocket science; you CAN do this yourself. A bit of sweat equity for free heat.  (Feb 13, 2013 | post #51)

Spokane, WA

Nuclear Power - Spokane, WA

Can you say JAPAN & how much of their radioactive stuff is washing up on our shores. Can you say earthquakes, super tornadoes, hurricanes; what other natural disasters do you want to take out the nuclear power plant in your neighborhood?  (Feb 13, 2013 | post #50)

Spokane, WA

Nuclear Power - Spokane, WA

TOO many other ways to make safer energy - if you make something that has a bi-product you can do nothing with, in large amounts, and it IS dangerous; YOU NEED to stop. Humans are about to send themselves into extinction.  (Feb 13, 2013 | post #49)

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Headline:

The Global Heating Solution

Hometown:

Spokane, Washington

Neighborhood:

Hillyard

Local Favorites:

Turbo Burn Inc.; Bull Dog Towing; Kagi waste oil equipment

I Belong To:

my wife

When I'm Not on Topix:

Getting information out 2 people who R ready 2 dump their utility company & generate all the heat/hot water from burning any combustible

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I wish to help people save money & live better

I'm Listening To:

Music - LUV most all MUSIC

Read This Book:

Dragon Song - Anne McCaffrey

Favorite Things:

MUSIC, playing pool & playing most any game of challenge

On My Mind:

My sweet wife, my children, our future

Blog / Website / Homepage:

www.TurboBurn.net

I Believe In:

a superior being who will come back to see how 'his' work evolved - 'he' may be depressed at what all 'he' sees