Re: NANFA-L-- Dixie Lee Ray and Brindled Madtoms ;)

Subject: Re: NANFA-L-- Dixie Lee Ray and Brindled Madtoms ;)
Date: Mon Dec 20 2004 - 12:35:49 CST

Chris Scharpf,

Looks like we need a little control, here.


David L. McNeely, Ph.D., Professor of Biology
Langston University; P.O. Box 1500
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----- Original Message -----
Date: Monday, December 20, 2004 10:41 am
Subject: Re: NANFA-L-- Dixie Lee Ray and Brindled Madtoms ;)

> Everyone here who thinks they know the score about Nuclear Power
> should read
> the November/December issue of American Scientist. Anti nuke
> crazies have held
> back the progress of nuclear power and all we have now are out
> dated and
> sometimes dangerous power plants that waste 90% or more of their
> fuel and turn it
> into what we call nuclear waste when in reality the
> radionucleotide waste
> could be used as fuel and burned in more modern reactors leaving
> very little waste
> and that waste would be very short lived and easy to store.
> Nuclear power
> isn't the bane of humanity it's the savior of our civilization.
> Where do you
> think the hydrogen would come from in a hydrogen economy? The sun?
> No solar will
> not even be a small fraction of what we need and anyone who wants
> to have
> microwaves beamed from orbit is asking to be cooked like a potato,
> not to mention
> how vulnerable such satellites would be to attack by any country
> with a simple
> space program. Read the latest on nuclear power before you condemn
> what you
> have allowed people with an agenda to tell you to believe. Oh
> yeah, BTW I just
> got two tiny madtoms in a bunch of water plants. I started to
> simply leave the
> plants out of the water for a few hours before putting them in a
> tank but I'm
> glad I didn't I don't think the madtoms would have made it.
> Moon
> Moon

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