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The same iPad that has a 98% customer satisfaction rate. http://www.changewaveresearch.com/ar..._20120402.html
They accomplish this by making great (insanely) stuff. Period. So many companies have forgotten this.
The iPad is the best iPad I have used.
Where is the nuclear waste stored? And for how long?
Yes I did read it and admit my rebuttal was a bit histrionic. My main thesis is that a nuclear power fallout can have devastating consequences across the globe. Even oil and coal plants are much more contained than that. There is also a finite amount of uranium supply, so it is not the solution to long term energy use, and storing all of those spent rods takes thousands of years- quite a burden on your grandchildren's grandchildren's grandchildren's great great grandchildren.
My source is a peer reviewed scientific journal. Yours is by a dude with a blog.
Solar PV requires little to no maintenance. Most of the maintenance requires spraying the panels down with a hose every summer. I can't believe people still consider nuclear as a viable economical, alternative.
What is the average lifespan for a nuclear plant? Meanwhile, solar PV installed on US space stations and satellites are still operating since the 1950s.
http://www.prnewswire.com/news-relea...135859288.html
And how is storing nuclear waste for tens of thousands of years Even being considered as a sane solution? Oh yeah, I know, its recyclable, bla bla bla, meanwhile, California kelp is now contaminated with radioactivity frm the Fukishima disaster a year ago.
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