Rome, NY Sucks

But At Least We're Not Utica

Tuesday, June 07, 2005


President Bush brought up the production of biodiesel and nuclear power in this country. He talked about soybeans, but corn also holds some use in this area. I'm a fan of reasonable methods of energy reduction. I'd like to see an electric co-op in Rome to offer some competition to NiMo's stranglehold on the people in this city.

My brief daliance in the sciences made me a fan of nuclear power as well. It's clean and safe and only produces kilograms of nuclear material. Since there's no national storage facility, most of it is stored at the plants. France and Japan use it heavily because of their lack of natural resources, and they've found a way to be happy with it and dampen the criticism.


  • At June 08, 2005 1:45 AM, Blogger Martin said…

    Dont forget fusion. I link you to my site which links you to

    It would seem we are closer now, then ever have been before. Theres also delta lake damn. It used to have turbines but they stopped them for some reason. I think it wasnt cost effective, but that was then this is now.

  • At June 08, 2005 10:56 AM, Blogger RomeHater said…

    Nuclear fusion is a great possibility, but the usability point will be far in the future. It still requires more energy to start it than it produces. I do think fusion is the future, though.


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