[ RadSafe ] YUCCA, HLW etc.
JPreisig at aol.com
JPreisig at aol.com
Tue May 22 13:44:05 CDT 2012
From: _jpreisig at aol.com_ (mailto:jpreisig at aol.com) .
Hope you all are quite well.
Spacex rocket to the ISS (Space Station) lifted off today.
What, is all that High Level Waste in dry cask storage making you
It's Money in the bank and fuel for the future. Wonder how much
HLW there really is and its
actual monetary value...
Yucca Mountain isn't going forward --- especially under the
current political administration,
certainly not 6 months before a presidential election. What's
Mitt R.'s stance on Yucca ---
bet he won't even talk about it. When will the Obama/Romney
If Yucca Mountain isn't going forward and the US government
does still have some
fund of Nuclear Power money in hand, then maybe it is time for the
Nuclear Industry to
ask for or demand a REFUND of much of this Money. The rest of the
fund could remain in
place, and interest on the fund could be used to support research
projects on how to deal
with High Level Waste.
Ahhh, Roger Helbig, your soon-to-be favorite movie is
coming out soon. I saw a
promotional ad for it yesterday ---- Chernobyl Diaries ---
probably much more science fiction
than science fact. Roger can slip into the movie, videotape it and
then give us his
comments about the film.
Just wondering if Roger will part with the price of a movie ticket,
knowing that part of this price
will actually fund anti-Nuke activities????!!!!! Enjoy the Popcorn
and Candy, Roger.
Don't shout too many expletives during the movie showing...
Has Franz gone on sabbatical somewhere; hope he is OK.
HLW in concrete at the bottom of the ocean??? I doubt it
--- it would be like throwing
money away. I'd kid Jerry Cohen about getting him some concrete
booties for the BIG SWIM, but
since I'm from New Jersey, I'd better not. People might take me
seriously. Have a good week,
Who will Obama pick to replace the NRC head commissioner???
I nominate a well-trained Health Physicist or Nuclear Engineer.
Regards, Joseph R. (Joe) Preisig, PhD
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