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Posted by: Cassander
« on: May 06, 2005, 08:38:36 PM »

Quote from: starrwriter
Quote from: nacho
Here's something uplifting:

http://fullcoverage.yahoo.com/s/afp/20050504/sc_afp/eujapanfranceresearch_050504173028

http://www.iter.org/index.htm

http://www.itercad.org/

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ITER

So unlimited, cheap power comes to Europe sometime mid-century, which should be about the time the US reverts to a hunter-gatherer lifestyle, like we currently have in Kentucky.  

Alternatively, this could also be the first step towards blowing up the moon and plunging Earth into chaos in 2015... Even though they say it's safe if it fucks up, we know they're lying.  The Coal Council told me so when they came to my house yesterday with that nice team of well-armed young men.  "Are you using a coal furnace sir?  You should!"


Just what we need in the U.S. -- a potential hydrogen bomb in every state. As if fission reactors weren't unpredictable enough.

By the way, you really should leave the Coal Belt. Breathing those sulfurous fumes can't be good for your health.


you know, star, you don't have to quote everything...especially if you're the second poster in a thread.  cheers!
Posted by: nacho
« on: May 06, 2005, 05:11:18 PM »

Quote from: starrwriter
Quote from: nacho
Quote from: starrwriter


By the way, you really should leave the Coal Belt. Breathing those sulfurous fumes can't be good for your health.


DC's just below the coal belt.  We're in tobacco country!


Prevailing winds are from the northwest=coal fumes in D.C.

On second thought, staying where you are will prepare you for the atmosphere of Hell. You didn't know you were going to Hell? Satan has been waiting for you, Nacho, and he's a very impatient creature.


The air is pretty bad.
Posted by: starrwriter
« on: May 06, 2005, 04:53:41 PM »

Quote from: nacho
Quote from: starrwriter


By the way, you really should leave the Coal Belt. Breathing those sulfurous fumes can't be good for your health.


DC's just below the coal belt.  We're in tobacco country!


Prevailing winds are from the northwest=coal fumes in D.C.

On second thought, staying where you are will prepare you for the atmosphere of Hell. You didn't know you were going to Hell? Satan has been waiting for you, Nacho, and he's a very impatient creature.
Posted by: nacho
« on: May 06, 2005, 04:42:15 PM »

Quote from: starrwriter


By the way, you really should leave the Coal Belt. Breathing those sulfurous fumes can't be good for your health.


DC's just below the coal belt.  We're in tobacco country!
Posted by: starrwriter
« on: May 06, 2005, 04:38:43 PM »

Quote from: nacho
Here's something uplifting:

http://fullcoverage.yahoo.com/s/afp/20050504/sc_afp/eujapanfranceresearch_050504173028

http://www.iter.org/index.htm

http://www.itercad.org/

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ITER

So unlimited, cheap power comes to Europe sometime mid-century, which should be about the time the US reverts to a hunter-gatherer lifestyle, like we currently have in Kentucky.  

Alternatively, this could also be the first step towards blowing up the moon and plunging Earth into chaos in 2015... Even though they say it's safe if it fucks up, we know they're lying.  The Coal Council told me so when they came to my house yesterday with that nice team of well-armed young men.  "Are you using a coal furnace sir?  You should!"


Just what we need in the U.S. -- a potential hydrogen bomb in every state. As if fission reactors weren't unpredictable enough.

By the way, you really should leave the Coal Belt. Breathing those sulfurous fumes can't be good for your health.
Posted by: nacho
« on: May 06, 2005, 11:08:43 AM »

Here's something uplifting:

http://fullcoverage.yahoo.com/s/afp/20050504/sc_afp/eujapanfranceresearch_050504173028

http://www.iter.org/index.htm

http://www.itercad.org/

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ITER

So unlimited, cheap power comes to Europe sometime mid-century, which should be about the time the US reverts to a hunter-gatherer lifestyle, like we currently have in Kentucky.  

Alternatively, this could also be the first step towards blowing up the moon and plunging Earth into chaos in 2015... Even though they say it's safe if it fucks up, we know they're lying.  The Coal Council told me so when they came to my house yesterday with that nice team of well-armed young men.  "Are you using a coal furnace sir?  You should!"