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    Re: Will the US have to build more nuclear power plants in t (Score: 0)
    by Anonymous on Tuesday, January 13, 2004 @ 06:29:14 EST

    We have advanced the nuclear power plant industry as far as new types of fission plant design. The overall goal of these new designs is to minaturize the nuclear chamber and prevent any kind of overload. The cost of building, running, and maintaining these power plants has also decreased. The only roadblock is political by the radical anti-human, anti-growth environmentalists.

    And if anyone wants to argue the "breeder" problem of excess radioactive waste, then please research the new transmutation technologies being developed that turn radioactive material into non-radioactive elements. But why should we throw away perfectly acceptable material to make radioisotope thermoelectric batteries?

    Re: Will the US have to build more nuclear power plants in t (Score: 0)
    by Anonymous on Thursday, January 15, 2004 @ 18:24:01 EST

    We don't HAVE TO build any. There is no environmentally responsible person who can justify the creation of tons more radioactive waste when there are so many available forms of clean energy. The ONLY motivation is greed.

    Re: Will the US have to build more nuclear power plants in t (Score: 0)
    by Anonymous on Thursday, January 15, 2004 @ 22:02:28 EST

    Yeah we'll have more nuke plants and some day fusion and still latter on matter-antimatter and solar energy beamed by microwave from the moon because if anything is clear it's that we will need more energy . We are very energy hungry.

    Re: Will the US have to build more nuclear power plants in t (Score: 0)
    by Anonymous on Friday, February 06, 2004 @ 18:32:45 EST

    not if the hydrogen technology is for real.
    hicef,igas etc.
    Is it?


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