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BACKinBLACK

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Yes, recycling the fuel.


I am not a nuclear expert, but understand the major processes pretty well. If there was a legitimate scientific discussion of the pros and cons of nuclear energy as part of the solution, I would love to hear it. Too many, even in the scientific community, talk about nuclear energy like Donald Trump talks about Syrian refugees.


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Posted: 03/29/2016 at 8:59PM



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This has been my position for a while now. -- BACKinBLACK 03/28/2016 9:04PM
  I'm not against it. -- Portland 03/29/2016 12:13PM
  I agree, but reducing demand and CO2 emissions -- BACKinBLACK 03/29/2016 5:02PM
  Read the link in your article -- BarkingDogBuff 03/29/2016 7:27PM
  A two hundred fifty thousand year half life means -- buffdad 03/30/2016 12:29AM
  Yes, recycling the fuel. -- BACKinBLACK 03/29/2016 8:59PM
  This article -- BarkingDogBuff 03/29/2016 10:58PM
  Good idea, but it would suck if the rocket failed. ** -- BACKinBLACK 03/29/2016 6:32PM
  This is the issue! ...not to mention the cost -- BarkingDogBuff 03/29/2016 7:29PM
  A half life of 1M or 700 My in the case of U -- BACKinBLACK 03/30/2016 7:17PM
  The negatives are serious -- buffdad 03/29/2016 10:02AM
  The problem is getting "buy in", of course -- DB 03/29/2016 09:04AM
  I've been there as well -- cswilliam 03/29/2016 08:46AM
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