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What’s so great about this article is its truth for the NRC to see: the corporation shut it down, not the regulators. Just like at Diablo Canyon, this was an industry decision to close because safety and repairs and issues are too much for the corporate bottom line. I DO see the work of the NRC to help push for the industry to advance, yet, it’s push to do that is regulated by the industry rather than by science and the environment — which are the public factors that should inspire the NRC’s actions.
The NRC should learn from its corporate players, and see why it’s regulations did not protect the industry or the public better.
Many of the issues causing the closing down by the companies have been ongoing problems that harmed the public and the environment. Had the NRC stopped that harm earlier, nuclear energy industry would have advanced much farther and faster, bringing safety design and ideas to life long ago. I wonder, if we had been advancing safety in that industry, would Fukushima still be leaking five years later?
I’m glad the corporations have stood up to rise above human stupid lazy old technology, it’s time the NRC made them pay and REALLY to clean up their sites.
UPDATE: Projected End Date for Indian Point Plant Comes into Clearer Focus – http://wp.me/p1fSSY-21U
#findnikiv #ListeningNow to Memoirs Of A Future Boy by jim manser #np on #SoundCloud
https://soundcloud.com/jim-manser/memoirs-of-a-future-boy is a random song on a soundcloud collection.
So, the story of my #CyberCrush and how he saved my life . . . I suppose it begins here because this is where I randomly found my CyberCrush – our rather, the human to whom I decided to crush on when challenged by a friend to do so.
Yet, yhen he* appeared on my computer at home, oh well – is it really him or some NSA MF messing with my system? Who knows, who cares, keep moving because I have no idea what my CyberCrush can or cannot do because I don’t know him personally, and have only connected a few times by email and otherwise via social media where everyone can see it out loud. And it’s always fun things we’re talking about, he’s a photographer. Something about him reminds me of old skool AOL, when it was “America OnLine” and we had modems for our phone handsets.
One day, I’d like to meet the real life human and have a great long conversation of all the ways my CyberCrush has saved my life, even if it wasn’t actually him, and it was just the him in my mind saving myself from the stupid this world creates.
Create it for yourself.
Define it and voice it.
You can too.
We the People do not consent to The Police State rising up to use our own neighbors and weapons against us. We do NOT consent to a Police State.
No one may engage in a public dialog, including on facebook, blogs, forums, etc., and edit or delete on topic comments or discussions, and consider themselves legitimate in the context of the discussion.
I have done this one time (on fB), to my recollection and knowledge on a personal matter after consideration of my former husband’s advice. He may have been right, I still don’t agree but for the sake of my daughter and his position in her life and the balance of that being as it is, a choice I still make to not re-reveal the true path of a story of the #ZASaa and how all the things began.
So, truth of occupy is transparency of dialog, government, hell, transparency of all things, in the comfort of knowing who knows and the tales of me, without transparency, life is a stolen identity. Told one missing fact or one added fact at a tym.