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    Nuketown reef

    These gucci hater power generators are about ready to bury nuclear waste 200yards from the beach.

    http://www.surfline.com/surf-news/po...n-soca_146773/

    What level of nuclear waste are you still comfortable surfing with? I know if I hear thunder I'm not surfing.

    Maybe swellinfo can add a Geiger counter, radioactive isotope scale. Headhigh, fair-conditions, mild-radioactive isotopes.

    P.s. Maybe we can take all the bullsh*t Barry posts and turn it into electricity
    Last edited by Clownface; Apr 20, 2017 at 03:46 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clownface View Post
    These gucci hater power generators are about ready to bury nuclear waste 200yards from the beach.

    http://www.surfline.com/surf-news/po...n-soca_146773/


    What level of nuclear waste are you still comfortable surfing with? I know if I hear thunder I'm not surfing.

    Maybe swellinfo can add a Geiger counter, radioactive isotope scale. Headhigh, fair-conditions, mild-radioactive isotopes.

    P.s. Maybe we can take all the bullsh*t Barry posts and turn it into electricity
    just drink a beer man everything will be ok

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    fukashima reef bro.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clownface View Post
    These gucci hater power generators are about ready to bury nuclear waste 200yards from the beach.

    http://www.surfline.com/surf-news/po...n-soca_146773/

    What level of nuclear waste are you still comfortable surfing with? I know if I hear thunder I'm not surfing.

    Maybe swellinfo can add a Geiger counter, radioactive isotope scale. Headhigh, fair-conditions, mild-radioactive isotopes.

    P.s. Maybe we can take all the bullsh*t Barry posts and turn it into electricity
    Somebody is butt-hurt??

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    Of all places one of the most earth quack prone states in the USA, right next to the beach, within one hundred mi. of one of the most densly populated areas in the USA. Yup sounds like a plan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by waldo-7 View Post
    Of all places one of the most earth quack prone states in the USA, right next to the beach, within one hundred mi. of one of the most densly populated areas in the USA. Yup sounds like a plan.
    #Earthquack

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    Quote Originally Posted by waldo-7 View Post
    Of all places one of the most earth quack prone states in the USA, right next to the beach, within one hundred mi. of one of the most densly populated areas in the USA. Yup sounds like a plan.
    Yup. Sounds stupid.

    But these guys are scientists, right? I'm sure they analyzed every possible contingency before they came up with this solution, right? I'm sure they had no other feasible option.

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    send it to Kansas then we will have radioactive corn...wait a sec add radioactivity to gmo crops and we have a win win sit. archy can you confirm?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kidde rocque View Post
    Yup. Sounds stupid.

    But these guys are scientists, right? I'm sure they analyzed every possible contingency before they came up with this solution, right? I'm sure they had no other feasible option.
    Doesn't the Atomic Energy Commission, now part of Dept of Energy, have a deep cavern into which these spent rods are stored? It is located somewhere in Yuma or Yucca Mountain somewhere?? Cannot recall name of mountain...


    edit: just looked it up https://www.nrc.gov/waste/hlw-disposal.html
    Last edited by Barry Cuda; Apr 21, 2017 at 02:34 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry Cuda View Post
    Doesn't the Atomic Energy Commission, now part of Dept of Energy, have a deep cavern into which these spent rods are stored? It is located somewhere in Yuma or Yucca Mountain somewhere?? Cannot recall name of mountain...


    edit: just looked it up https://www.nrc.gov/waste/hlw-disposal.html
    They have a huge nuclear waste repository called WIPP located in Carlsbad, New Mexico.