[ RadSafe ] Fw: Thanks for speaking out for climate questions

Brunkow, Ward ward.brunkow at wipp.ws
Fri Jan 18 08:04:00 CST 2008

I would not recommend anyone who works in...or believes in the nuclear
industry to associate with Moveon.org.   This is one of the most
anti-Amarican organizations out there today and they will twist anything
to do with the nuclear industry into lies (my personal opinion of
course)but substantiated through public information also. 

W. G. (Ward) Brunkow

-----Original Message-----
From: radsafe-bounces at radlab.nl [mailto:radsafe-bounces at radlab.nl] On
Behalf Of stewart farber
Sent: Tuesday, January 15, 2008 12:12 PM
To: radsafe at radlab.nl
Subject: [ RadSafe ] Fw: Thanks for speaking out for climate questions

Hi all,

The MoveOn.org Political Action Team is seeking people to sign a
petition  [ Subject: TV news ignores climate crisis ]directed at TV
networks for ignoring the greenhouse effect issue in its questions of
candidates. See the description of the issue they pose below after "Dear
Friend" below. Beside signing the petition, one can enter a personal
remark to the petition. I quickly drafted and submitted the comment
immediately below my signature to the petition providing some thoughts
about the role of nuclear generated electricity in reducing greenhouse
gas generation into the petition. 

Others might want to sign the petition at the link below, or add their
personal comments about any aspect of the issue.


Stewart Farber, MS Public Health

Farber Medical Solutions, LLC
Linac, Medical, and HP Instrumentation Brokerage
Bridgeport, CT 06604
[203] 441-8433 [Office]
[203] 522-2817 [Cell]
[203] 367-0791 [Fax]
email: radproject at sbcglobal.net
website:  www.farber-medical.com

----- Original Message ----- 
From: MoveOn.org Political Action 
To: radproject at sbcglobal.net 

As a Public Health scientist, who received a degree in Air Pollution
Control in 1973 [which included coursework in the greenhouse effect 35
years ago], global warming is a major issue requiring governmental
attention --NOW. We deserve solid answers, not cliches, and naive
policies like wind or solar which can begin to make a minor
contribution, can't contribute enough, quickly enough to do what needs
to be done. Candidates must be asked pointed, specific questions as to
how they intend to promote carbon free energy sources --that are here
now and available in the quantity needed to make a difference in carbon
dioxide releases.  Nuclear generated electricity has to be a part of the
solution, adding to the over 500 nuclear plants around the world today,
avoiding the release of over a billion tons of carbon dioxide each year
to the atmosphere. Nuclear generated electricity can charge electric
auto batteries or make hydrogen for non-petroleum energy uses. Any
candidate refusing to have a sensible position about promoting nuclear
energy has to answer why, and what source will do the same job at an
affordable price.

Sent: Tuesday, January 15, 2008 1:40 PM
Subject: Thanks for speaking out for climate questions

Dear friend,

Thank you. Your name has been added to the petition and your comments
will be delivered to the top reporters on the major TV networks. 

Another great way to make sure the major TV networks feel a lot of heat
on this issue is to spread the word to your friends and family so they
know what's going on. You can just forward the sample letter below.

Spreading the word is critical, but please only pass this message along
to those who know you -- spam hurts our campaign.

Thanks for all you do.

--The MoveOn.org Political Action Team

Here's a sample message to send to your friends:

Subject: TV news ignores climate crisis


In the last year, the major TV networks asked the presidential
candidates 2,679 questions. Pop quiz: How many were about global

A) 514-after all, it's one of the top issues facing the country
B) 165-as many as were asked about illegal immigration
C) 3-the same number asked about UFOs

If you guessed 3, you're right: Reporters asked as many questions about
UFOs as they did about the climate crisis-the biggest threat to our

I signed a petition urging top TV reporters to ask the presidential
candidates about global warming. Can you join me at the link below?




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