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THE NEW AMERICAN has printed a series of articles about energy that end up pointing to nuclear power as a viable alternative for the future. I want to tell you nuclear energy is not the way. As a former employee of SAIC SAIC - http://saic.com. and TRW TRW The Real World (TV reality show)
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TRW Thompson Ramo Wooldridge Inc contract companies for the Yucca Mountain Project, I opened the records department at the Nevada test site The Nevada Test Site is a United States Department of Energy reservation located in Nye County, Nevada, about 65 miles (105 km) northwest of the City of Las Vegas, near . for the Yucca Mountain Project. Yes, nuclear energy is clean, but the waste is a problem. The life of this waste is 100,000 years no matter what you hear. The canisters that will hold this waste will disintegrate in 1,000 years or less, so they say, but nobody really knows that for sure. So the Department of Energy hopes--and I say, hopes--the rock it is stored in will contain it for 99,000 years. How can you test that scenario? You cannot. Do you see the problem?
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