Heh. Water vapor is a green house gas. Are you going to stop filling
your radiator? You should probably stop drinking the stuff too. And
sweating is a big no-no. Puts lots of vapor into the atmosphere.
I'll start respecting environmentalists when they start advocating nuclear
power (a few of them finally have).
A friend will help you move. A real friend will help you move a body.
R134a is 1300 times more potent the CO2, for example and I don't hear
anyone crying about water vapour (besides you).
I support nuclear power due to environmental reasons and have for 20
Jeff Walther wrote:
It's a case where we are picking the lesser of two evils (not unlike
About 10 miles.
Not an expert on nuclear waste disposal, however, at a 20,000 foot
level, I suppose fewer sites with barrels inspected periodically &
re-enclosed when necessary.
About 20 miles.
Mike Marlow wrote:
I'm about that far from three of them myself - as the crow flies, or as the
I'm not anti-nuke by any means but so often the biggest proponents of
nuclear power are folks who don't have a plant just upwind of them. My
biggest problem with nukes is the reality of "too cheap to meter..."
Nuclear power? Are you nuts? In theory it might be less polluting
because it generates no greeenhouse gases, unless you count the steam
from the cooling towers. Sure, if no one in corporate management
decides to cut costs on safety and security, it might be safer in the
But what about the hghly radioactive waste generated by nuclear plants?
What do you do about that garbage with a half-life of 10K years!
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