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  1. Posted July 29, 2008 at 11:12 am | Permalink

    Nice effective video.

    On my way to mabelthorpe yesterday i went through a town with alot of banners saying “no windfarm” protesting at planns to build a local wind farm.

    I dont mean to offend them people, but i think there uneducated and not looking into the matter enugh.

    Would they prefer a nucular plant to be built, because personly, i think wind farms look good, and compared with a nucular power plant, they look extremely good.

    Pluss nucular powerplants are terorist dart bords. A repete of 9/11 on one would cause massive negotive effects. Also there is the risk of explosion anyway, “no nucular power plant is fully safe”

    Pluss nucular powerplant would cost ALOT to upkeep, and although it would create more jobs in the area, you would have to bee well educated to work there, its not like a normal factory.

    Ive gone on a bit. 🙂

  2. Posted July 29, 2008 at 6:24 pm | Permalink

    Interesting points of view. When in Wales we were talking to one of the workers at Wyfla (Nuclear Power), who was very concerned at our reliance on foreign sources of energy and how they wouldn’t fill the gap that is forming between production and consumption. He was also taking about the needed to utilise renewables energies as a part of a diverse energy policy…

    He was also taking about how locals were in support of building another plant, Wyfla is due for decomissioning soon.

  3. Posted July 30, 2008 at 2:29 pm | Permalink

    Last year there was a very bias point of view @ Wylfa 😉

  4. Posted July 30, 2008 at 6:15 pm | Permalink

    Agree, but I suppose it makes a difference when your job won’t be around in two years.

  5. Posted July 31, 2008 at 9:34 am | Permalink

    I found this link to the bias greenpeace page. Theres a ~30 second video half way down that you mite find intresting.
    http://www.greenpeace.org/international/campaigns/nuclear

    Takes me back to a few summers back when me, bev and kelly were on a beach on the north coast of scotland. The water was crystle clear, but we couldnt find ANY aquatic life, infact its hard to describe, the beach went out at a very stedy slope (you could be out 100 meters and only have it up to your chest) and in all that, we never found one fish…. mysterius. Especily when you think that there is a nucular power plant in the next beach along.

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