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In August Heat Wave, Nuclear Plants Keep Their Cool … And Ours

Much of the eastern half of the country in the past two weeks has reeled under this summer’s second major heat wave, this time accompanied by record-breaking humidity levels that sent demand for air conditioning—and electricity—soaring to new highs.

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yeah nuclear power!  here's a cheer for you, and rerun.


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yeah nuclear power!  here's a cheer for you, and rerun.....

quite the appropo video,...

after all the NEI, by definition, is a commercial nuclear power cheerleader,...

I'm just saying,.... 8)

been there, dun that,... the doormat to hell does not read "welcome", the doormat to hell reads "it's just business"


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my favorite band uses the chant also, but no video of cheerleaders.  im probably one of the few people on nukeworker that loves these guys.  nuclear power, be aggressive! 

 


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