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@atomicnews they could not have conducted raids in the South Atlantic, for example. In any case, PRCs intentions seem clear - After_Fukushima
Fri Apr 28 15:28:30 +0000 2017

@atomicnews of course they did - but more distant raids was out of the question for Showa Japan because of range limitations - After_Fukushima
Fri Apr 28 15:27:18 +0000 2017

@atomicnews it doesnt give the impression of distant power projection - After_Fukushima
Fri Apr 28 15:23:41 +0000 2017

@atomicnews but it is consistent with Beijings goals, to project power only locally, not distantly - After_Fukushima
Fri Apr 28 15:22:52 +0000 2017

sorry, correction - "green water" navy (nearby seas and coasts) -- not brown water navy (rivers) - After_Fukushima
Fri Apr 28 15:18:33 +0000 2017

China's new aircraft carrier lacks nuclear propulsion - so intended for a brown water navy? #China #Shandong #Liaoning #aircraftcarrier - After_Fukushima
Fri Apr 28 15:17:16 +0000 2017

Solar panel production is more lethal than fuel rod production https://t.co/ce1GgaW4sJ https://t.co/LFCNLt597Y #solarpower #solar #fuelrod - After_Fukushima
Fri Apr 28 15:03:29 +0000 2017

@karenstreet oh, and another explosion which killed 5 in 2014, I didn't know about this one til now https://t.co/ce1GgaW4sJ - After_Fukushima
Fri Apr 28 15:02:46 +0000 2017

@karenstreet I'm aware of zero deaths in fuel rod manufacture or with the management of spent fuel https://t.co/LFCNLt597Y - After_Fukushima
Fri Apr 28 15:00:42 +0000 2017

@karenstreet I'm aware of 10 - hydrogen explosions can decapitate workers - After_Fukushima
Fri Apr 28 14:59:38 +0000 2017

https://t.co/YiBSDlmNoR - After_Fukushima
Fri Apr 28 14:04:15 +0000 2017

Mid-90s, there were suspicions of high radiation near to Dimona, Israel but Env minister & reporters found normal levels #radiation #Israel - After_Fukushima
Fri Apr 28 05:43:51 +0000 2017

Nuclear power plants do not make it easier to develop nuclear weapons, if anything they make a covert weapons program harder #IAEA #nuclear - After_Fukushima
Fri Apr 28 03:35:22 +0000 2017

Every country tested nuclear weapons before getting nuclear power (except South Africa+India) #nuclearweapons #nuclearpower #nuclearhistory - After_Fukushima
Fri Apr 28 03:34:47 +0000 2017

Most countries with nuclear power do not have nuclear weapons, and Israel and North Korea do not have nuclear power plants at all #nuclear - After_Fukushima
Fri Apr 28 03:32:19 +0000 2017

@Glen4ONT Better that we subsidize nuclear power than waste any public money on solar and wind - both are worse for? https://t.co/i5cR2FqDNG - After_Fukushima
Fri Apr 28 03:18:41 +0000 2017

@Glen4ONT $37b between 2005-2014 on wasteful subsidies - and yet only produces 1% solar and 3% wind. Nuclear produc? https://t.co/U3bSvN4l4O - After_Fukushima
Fri Apr 28 03:18:00 +0000 2017

@Glen4ONT This nonsense is bad for the environment and the reason that ON has high electricity prices, wind and sol? https://t.co/O4rU42XQMn - After_Fukushima
Fri Apr 28 03:16:22 +0000 2017

@CleanEconomyA ridiculous subsidies for an energy source that does not deserve to be called Green. We should end th? https://t.co/N3oAiw9DaX - After_Fukushima
Fri Apr 28 03:15:30 +0000 2017

Better to leave the Atlantic and Alaska coasts free of oil drilling https://t.co/nUWaUnLxco - After_Fukushima
Fri Apr 28 03:13:46 +0000 2017

US federal gov't support by energy type #nuclearpower #gasandoil #coal #hydropower #energy #research #nuclearenergy? https://t.co/F4xYbAYxwE - After_Fukushima
Fri Apr 28 02:53:47 +0000 2017

Few realize the worst hydro disaster killed 200,000 people, or that solar panel mfg kills more workers than nuclear? https://t.co/iIrsHwPLDE - After_Fukushima
Thu Apr 27 20:01:49 +0000 2017

@DTWhitehouseDT @CdnChange @guardian the workers who worked at Chernobyo 1 - 2 - 3 are still totally fine. Some ppl never evacuated. Ok too. - After_Fukushima
Thu Apr 27 19:57:16 +0000 2017

@DTWhitehouseDT @CdnChange @guardian thats nonsense. Its totally safe. Didnt you know the plant continued to operate for 13 more years after - After_Fukushima
Thu Apr 27 19:56:23 +0000 2017

@DTWhitehouseDT @CdnChange contamination can be a real thing. But it isnt in Fukushima prefecture, not in any meaningful way. Food is safe. - After_Fukushima
Thu Apr 27 19:55:52 +0000 2017

@CdnChange @Change i do. I researched all this extensively for my book. I looked into a tonne of sources, including pro and anti nuclear - After_Fukushima
Thu Apr 27 19:53:59 +0000 2017

@DTWhitehouseDT @CdnChange Chernobyl much worse, but still safe to live in the area and farm. Crops are grown safely w/o near to Cher & Fuku - After_Fukushima
Thu Apr 27 19:48:02 +0000 2017

@DTWhitehouseDT @CdnChange decontamination is a makework project, a way for Tokyo to employ lots of people, throw yen at buddy companies - After_Fukushima
Thu Apr 27 19:45:25 +0000 2017

@DTWhitehouseDT @CdnChange cesium contamination was not severe, land was safe to farm in year 2 - 2012. Damage was negligible - After_Fukushima
Thu Apr 27 19:44:15 +0000 2017

@DTWhitehouseDT @CdnChange Fukushima had no impact on the oceans, and contaminated some crops for one year, second year soil was clean - After_Fukushima
Thu Apr 27 19:43:29 +0000 2017

@DTWhitehouseDT @CdnChange I think you have a distorted idea of what damage these meltdowns caused. TMI had zero impact, Fukushima little - After_Fukushima
Thu Apr 27 19:42:40 +0000 2017

@DTWhitehouseDT @CdnChange I can tell you aren't familiar with nuclear power's history when you say 35 years - nuclear has a 61 yr history! - After_Fukushima
Thu Apr 27 19:31:56 +0000 2017

@DTWhitehouseDT @CdnChange 4 of those 5 meltdowns didnt hurt anybody. A meltdown is less dangerous than fossil fuels operating correctly - After_Fukushima
Thu Apr 27 19:28:59 +0000 2017

@DTWhitehouseDT @CdnChange yeah nuclear power has an exemplary safety record eh? - After_Fukushima
Thu Apr 27 19:28:15 +0000 2017

Pronuclear petition Nuclear Power for Clean Air - Sign the Petition! https://t.co/zIx9QjPJwx via @CdnChange #nuclearpower #nuclearenergy - After_Fukushima
Thu Apr 27 19:20:52 +0000 2017

A study of the Russian economy found that they only had a comparative advantage in 4 mfg items: turbines, condensers, railwagons & reactors - After_Fukushima
Thu Apr 27 18:51:45 +0000 2017

@RichardCowley2 @noturbine In any case, my focus is honestly just the energy side of things, and not the steel indu? https://t.co/hlQzRUVkp2 - After_Fukushima
Thu Apr 27 18:03:39 +0000 2017

@RichardCowley2 @noturbine Dr. Pistorious"steel produced in a modern-day EAF is often indistinguishable from ... th? https://t.co/fZufQJoR6P - After_Fukushima
Thu Apr 27 18:02:34 +0000 2017

@RichardCowley2 @noturbine sure, but certainly it seems that while electric arc furnaces were once incapable of pro? https://t.co/X7zmWKnIm0 - After_Fukushima
Thu Apr 27 18:01:29 +0000 2017

@RichardCowley2 @noturbine I don't know that's still true, for the quality / grade question, that used to be true b? https://t.co/YZpDwAqECL - After_Fukushima
Thu Apr 27 14:15:18 +0000 2017

@RichardCowley2 @noturbine even in poor countries, costs from premature death and reduced productivity are serious? https://t.co/5phjcnSahs - After_Fukushima
Thu Apr 27 14:03:10 +0000 2017

@RichardCowley2 @noturbine however, coalpower imposes tremendous external costs, which wipe out its apparent 'cheap? https://t.co/baV2EIt9Gz - After_Fukushima
Thu Apr 27 14:02:03 +0000 2017

@RichardCowley2 @noturbine nuclear has some of the cheapest operating costs, can be even cheaper than coal. Coal pl? https://t.co/mGFKlOaooK - After_Fukushima
Thu Apr 27 14:01:06 +0000 2017

@markcojuangco in the place of nothing, just more electricity shortages - After_Fukushima
Thu Apr 27 14:00:03 +0000 2017

https://t.co/X4e090zMH2 - After_Fukushima
Thu Apr 27 13:59:18 +0000 2017

Lack of electricity is cutting South Africa's growth https://t.co/sAKJFj09qI only a coal plant has been opened #coalpower #southafrica #coal - After_Fukushima
Wed Apr 26 18:08:04 +0000 2017

South Africa is desperately short of electricity but plans for 8 nuclear power plants have been canceled #SouthAfrica #RSA #NuclearPower - After_Fukushima
Wed Apr 26 18:06:25 +0000 2017

@RichardCowley2 @noturbine In any case, different sources require different amounts of steel relative to output, so? https://t.co/1TJ8QDRHR8 - After_Fukushima
Wed Apr 26 15:40:46 +0000 2017

@RichardCowley2 @noturbine we might not eliminate coal use entirely-we will still use it for steel and fertilizer p? https://t.co/9Vi8ABfMIs - After_Fukushima
Wed Apr 26 15:36:08 +0000 2017

@RichardCowley2 @noturbine Modern world produces huge quantities of scrap steel, so 30% of steel is made without co? https://t.co/ExR9vvgyif - After_Fukushima
Wed Apr 26 15:35:13 +0000 2017