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The potential of nuclear catastrophes is dismissed by energy company sponsored and nuclear friendly government reports claiming probable nuclear plant safety in the face of well-documented risks.  The nuclear firms and Japanese authorities vouched for the safety of Fukushima I.  All of that was to no avail.

Nevertheless, the administration's proposed energy solution, the American Power Act, contains provisions for nuclear industry bailouts which are central to future energy needs.  The industry largesse will help achieve the act's goal of a  60% increase in power from nuclear reactors.

Will someone please calculate the probability for - we are doomed.

We are led by fools.


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Even though human life has always been faced with ... by Ned Lud on Monday, Mar 14, 2011 at 5:44:18 AM
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