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Old 10-24-2012, 05:59 AM
 
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U.S. to study cancer risks near 6 nuclear plants - latimes.com
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Old 10-24-2012, 06:59 AM
 
Location: California / Maryland / Cape May
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I'm glad they're studying it, but (like most things) I think we already know the answer. I'm curious about the findings.
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Old 10-24-2012, 07:03 AM
 
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This is the best article I've read on the subject in terms of the local considerations and the newly launched study:

Is It Safe to Live Anywhere Near the Nuclear Plant at San Onofre? - San Clemente, CA Patch
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Old 10-24-2012, 07:10 AM
 
Location: California / Maryland / Cape May
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This is the best article I've read on the subject in terms of the local considerations and the newly launched study:

Is It Safe to Live Anywhere Near the Nuclear Plant at San Onofre? - San Clemente, CA Patch
Great article. I have so many opinions about this that I could fill a book, so I'll spare the general reading public. I can't wait for the dirty truth to get out (vs being hidden, as it typically is) and to be proven right, yet again.

It perplexes me as to why it takes so long to prove something that is common sense. The only reasoning I can come up with is greed. In many cases, the truth is known but suppressed due to the all mighty dollar. But hey, we're only humans, after all. Isn't that our nature? If we were less greedy like other animals, we wouldn't be in this mess. Such is life.

I better stop now before I really get on a rant, because doing so won't change the human race.

P.S. I wish this thread were in the CA forum, as I'm curious to what others within the 30-mile radius study area think about this.

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