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Old March 16th, 2011, 08:14 PM
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Default Re: Nuclear energy - safe?

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I was living in San Luis Obispo, CA back in the '70's when the Diablo Canyon Nuclear Power Plant was approved. It sits about one mile from an active earthquake fault. Many "environmentalists" were upset by the siting of the plant because of safety issues..
This is funny, but no sooner was this post made than this damaging article appeared on the Internet about Diablo Canyon. This nucular (sic) facility was/is an accident waiting to happen from the very beginning. And PG&E was collecting information and data on those who dared to oppose them in an attempt to blacklist protesters and make them lose employment. The local CEO of PG&E was a well known member of the John Birch Society who interpreted any opposition to his personal agenda as a Communist plot.
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