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Oh, yes! They certainly do, and look how "clean" it was when the tsunami hit Japan and knocked out their nuclear power plant. Or how about Chernobyl. I know that Chernobyl may not have been as carefully crafted, but the effect of the meltdown was hardly clean and the area will not be able to be used for a long, long time. And then of course, there is the problem with waste fuel, too many NIMBY locations and for a good reason I am sure.
I was wondering about that--I live not far from Indian Point Nuclear (just up the Hudson from NYC--a likely terrorist target, ya think?!), and the shape looks familiar. Then I'll have to revise my opinion of Mouldagraph--they aren't polluters, they're just plain dumb to stay in the vicinity! (Aren't they always claiming that nuclear energy is clean energy, unlike gas and coal? Hmmmmmm......).
I like you thoughts! I'm not sure the "company" sign is for the towers in the back. My husband thought that the cooling towers were for nuclear energy. A bit sobering. We have a few nuclear facilities in MI and one has been shut down several times in the last year.
I just googled it--it was "born" the same year I was. I think I have a smaller carbon footprint, though... It has a new 40,000 square foot facility--think of how much more pollution it can put out now (unless it's suddenly gone green). Well, they keep our heavy equipment in running order, so that's good. I hope that includes hospital ventilating systems...