Last login: Wednesday, March 14, 2012
Residents of San Clemente deserve a publicly placed, easily visible to everyone,radiation monitoring device, situated city-center, displaying SONGS' minute by minute radioactivity output. Seems obvious / a no-brainer post Fukushima. If SONGS is safe, what could be the objection to such a device? If SONGS is unsafe (as many contend), then of course SONGS would not want to display radioactivity leakage. Taking SONGS at it's word, is old news. There's too much at stake.SONGS' troubled workplace track-record tells all.38.000 compromised new pipes? Who's kidding who? San Clemente needs to know - NOW.
March 14, 2012 at 9:58 a.m.
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