Jack Dublin
Jack Dublin

Nuclear energy never was the way forward it's too dangerous and volatile and too much of a threat to mankind. In this day and age there are so many viable green energies around to be concidering nuclear energy......... Come on all you people in the seats of power. It's time to actually start doing your job that you were elected to do and give the people want. sustainable safe energy sources and not a bomb that could blow half their country to kingdom come...........The children and future...

Nuclear energy never was the way forward it's too dangerous and volatile and too much of a threat to mankind. In this day and age there are so many viable green energies around to be concidering nuclear energy......... Come on all you people in the seats of power. It's time to actually start doing your job that you were elected to do and give the people want. sustainable safe energy sources and not a bomb that could blow half their country to kingdom come...........The children and future generations will not want to inheirate all this shit that they cannot get rid of. Time to do the best, honest thing eh!

Jazebelle Applekamp
Jazebelle Applekamp

Africa is a beautiful continent. When I was pregnant with my girl I had a chance to go there as I held relations with Rawandon and Ugandons and that's where her name Akyia (Akia) comes from it means "First born" in Ugandon which she is first born to me and born on January first 2001. Celebration of Australia's 100th year of federation.

Vernon Huffman
Vernon Huffman

Uranium is just another non-renewable resource, arguably even dirtier than coal in the long term. Sunlight is free energy everywhere on earth. Let's learn to better utilize that.

Mary J Cbd
Mary J Cbd

think globally its the new shop local... think about it please.

Joy Heath
Joy Heath

Liz Palmer echos my view.

Patricia Molloy
Patricia Molloy

This is unaccectable.Stop all the pollution.

Damien Share
Damien Share

Never believed the risk was worth the power. after Fukushima my belief is solidified. No Nuclear power plants.

Gary Headrick
Gary Headrick

Help us keep San Onofre closed. Email [email protected]

Alet Coetzee
Alet Coetzee

No Nuclear please!

Liz Palmer
Liz Palmer

Why is SA so recklessly flirting with nuclear when the rest of the world is decommissioning their plants, when our solar potential is among the best in the world and solar costs are plummeting? Whose pockets are getting lined?

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