[ RadSafe ] Nuclear power in Hawaii?

Sandy Perle sandyfl at cox.net
Mon Apr 2 15:59:18 CDT 2007

Looking at population numbers (end of 2005) this is what you find:


1,275,194 with about a 5% increase per year (short-term), as compared to
296,410,404 in the USA. Even Honolulu at the end of 2000 only had about
320K+ residents. Combine this with the economics, political environment and
the fact that much of the uninhabited area in Hawaii is mountainous, the
thought of a NPP doesn't appear top be that appealing. On the other hand,
I'd consider going back into reactor HP for awhile!  :-)





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