[permaculture] nuclear || Photoessay of Chernobyl

Lawrence F. London, Jr. lfl at intrex.net
Wed Jan 31 21:29:57 EST 2007


Sean Maley wrote:

> The counter to this argument on the energy boards is that breeder reacter technology produces fissible fuel such as Plutonium.  
> The real problem in these discussions relates to the amount of weapons grade material, Plutonium, that can be produced.  
> Imagine "cold war" practiced by 100's of different players and the increased likelihood of nuclear conflict, as a result.  
> This technology has been used in North Korea already.  Iran was clearly building this type of reactor.  
> Why build anything else with so little Uranium?  That's why Plutonium must be considered in this discussion.
> Please don't shoot the messenger.  I'm just conveying discussion from places such as The Oil Drum.

Kiddofspeed - GHOST TOWN - Chernobyl Pictures -
Elena's Motorcyle Ride through Chernobyl
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Elena Revisits Chernobyl
http://www.kiddofspeed.com/chernobyl-revisited/

Chernobyl, Land of the Wolves
http://www.kiddofspeed.com/chernobyl-land-of-the-wolves/

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