Monday, January 14, 2008

San Onofre: Songs of Death

I am feeling less than safe when I visit San Onofre, though with the governor's plan to close it, I guess that won't be as big a problem.

Today alone I read a very scary article about FIVE MILLION pounds of high level radioactive waste stored at San Onofre, and local residents dying of cancer, leukemia, heart disease and other ailments from the plant's emissions, and more.

In another story released today, first reported in the UK and now in the USA, a worker at the San Onofre nuclear plant in Southern California falsified records for five years to show that safety inspections were made when they actually weren't.

Also, just last year, the company operating SONGS got into trouble with California utility regulators for a case of systemic records falsifying, which Southern California Edison admitted. In that case, company mangers successfully pressured workers to falsify data so the investor-owned utility could get higher financial incentive awards.

I pray for those affected.

6 comments:

daisy chain said...

Wednesday, you're crying wolf. Why do you bamboozle these readers. Do a survey of top surf songs, such as Surf Bird and beauties ike that.

Anonymous said...

Well, that's nothing. Because of San Onofre Surf
Beach, I now have Elephantitus V.

Anonymous said...

Gosh, Anon, how huge are they. I bet they weigh a ton.

Anonymous said...

What ever happened to those feral catfish??? Now that was contamination.

stay away! said...

I would strongly urge anyone who has any concerns about the nuke plant to stay as far away as possible. Surf Beach is in the fallout zone.

idiot said...

To quote mc250c, IDOTS!!!!!

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