Monday, April 18, 2011

Five Objectives of the US in Africa-Micheal Collon

Sigh...just don't feel like saying much today. So, I have an interesting, thought provoking interview for one and all.

Give it a listen and share your thoughts

Guns and Butter - April 13, 2011 at 1:00pm

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"Five Objectives of the United States In Africa" with Michel Collon. The African strategy; five goals of the US war against Libya; the five principles of war propaganda; NATO as the policeman of the world; Africom; Gaddafi's rein in Libya; the Libyan opposition; Israel; Yemen and Bahrain; Eritrea; geostrategic importance of the Indian Ocean; global war on terrorism; indicators of US decline.

6 comments:

  1. "U.S. is increasing nuclear power through uprating"-

    "The U.S. nuclear industry is turning up the power on old reactors, spurring quiet debate over the safety of pushing aging equipment beyond its original specifications.
    http://www.latimes.com/news/local/la-me-uprates-20110418,0,26472,full.story

    There's also a comment in spam in your previous post.

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  2. That is a good article!
    Obvious the NRC is nothing but a lackey agency. That is, they are not their to "regulate" anything.

    Just to sort of smooth out the baloney for the nuclear industry.

    Like the makeup on a face (picture theatrical makeup)

    "In an uprated reactor, more neutrons bombard the core, increasing stress on its steel shell. Core temperatures are higher, lengthening the time to cool it during a shutdown. Water and steam flow at higher pressures, increasing corrosion of pipes, valves and other parts.

    "This trend is, in principle, detrimental to the stability characteristics of the reactor, inasmuch as it increases the probability of instability events and increases the severity of such events, if they were to occur,"

    crazy, just asking for a disaster.

    I had an interview here with Keith Harmon Snow and in that interview he touched on that topic, as did the man who wrote the book about chernobyl.

    Did you watch that video?
    If not, find it here
    http://pennyforyourthoughts2.blogspot.com/2011/04/chernobyl-consequences-of-catastrophe.html

    he discusses the need to shut down aging reactors immediately.

    Thanks for bringing that to my attention

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  3. Yeah, my favorite quote is "You can always make a plant safer, The question is, when do I say I've made it safe enough?"

    I found this video this morning and left it at A13's, you may be interested too
    Altered radiation maps
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nDcZMgDWRkU

    "Did you watch that video?" -I read your (excellent) post, but I'm usually too ADD to watch long videos. I'm still trying to get through the Peter Kawaja video at AP's! I will have to check it out though. thx

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  4. the problem would be solved overnight if shareholders and directors were held responsible for any damage and associated costs. i.e. remove their congressionally granted immunity

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  5. the problem would be solved overnight if shareholders and directors were held responsible for any damage and associated costs. i.e. remove their congressionally granted immunity

    James, I second that motion!

    I think part of the overwhelming sickness of our society is the trend of shirking one's responsibilities - not just by the 'elites' either. Seems these days very few are willing to stand up and take ownership of their actions.

    Buffy

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  6. I third that motion James.

    as long as these idiots are off the hook, they will never make an effort to make any nuclear plant safer

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