came home from a celebration with Blue Water Wind…..Read tomorrows
Energy future begins to look better !
photo by Bret Arnett
Institute is reporting in a Vital
Signs report that in 2007 new wind power installations
outpaced new nuclear power plant construction by 10-to-1.
Globally, the wind industry added 20,000 MW of new capacity
last year, while the nuclear industry added less than 2,000
MW. Three new reactors in
report notes that though 34 reactors are under
construction around the world—20 of which are in Asia,
nonnuclear energy plan
is not renewable. Nuclear waste is not disposable.
Enormous amounts of our water are needed for cooling. The
energy required to offset, treat and deliver those waters
should be figured into the economics of nuclear…..From
the Miami Herald
the Discovery channel tomorrow check for local listing
Disasters : Glow Train Catastrophe
Airs on Tuesday June 24
U.S. Department of Energy and the Nuclear Regulatory
Commission plan to transport 77,000 tons of nuclear waste
to a permanent storage facility 950 feet below