Friday, March 25, 2011

OLDEST US NUKE PLANT: JERSEY

so its not bad enough that a mere forty miles upstate sits Three Mile Indian Point, on the RAMAPO FAULT even; but now we learn that the oldest ol' nuke plant in the u-nited states is just 85 miles south of here, on the JERSEY SHORE, and its GE Mark I Boiling Water Reactor is IDENTICAL to those at Japan's FUKUSHIMA.

but this is JERSEY DAMMIT - we'll show those Japs.

in JERSEY, Fooj, we store FORTY YEARS worth of radioactive waste - RIGHT ON TOP OF THE REACTOR!

U-S-A!!
U-S-A!!
Oyster Creek has been dogged by problems including a corroding liner in the carbon steel containment unit; leaks that allow radioactive tritium to seep into drinking water; and huge volumes of stocked spent fuel rods.

"We have 40 years of radiation on site -- two-and-a-half to three times more than in Japan," anti-nuclear activist Jeff Brown told AFP.

oh, and the Jersey Shore, according to meteorologists, is long overdue - long they say - for a CATEGORY FIVE HURRICANE, when your local fire department will be dispached to Forked River, NJ on a SUICIDE MISSION to pump seawater onto the hot spent rods as they spew green gamma-ray fog.

clams, anyone?



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