Everest is already dirty and overrun by extreme tourists with too much time and money. Naturally the south pole couldn't be far behind. She should try peddling across the ocean.
[Judge] Illston, who is stepping down from her post in July, said another reason for her decision is her desire not to interfere while the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals is reviewing the constitutionality of NSLs in an unrelated case that she also oversaw.
There has been two truly serious (someone gets hurt) accidents in the 60-year history of nuclear power: Chernobyl and Fukushima.
Um, no: Nuclear and radiation accidents
- - 5 power plant accidents where someone was killed
- - 11 radiation accidents where someone was killed
- - Also worth noting: 19 power plant accidents with >US$100MM in property damage
But the Times wasn't on WikiLeaks' list of original recipients. The newspaper got its hands on the trove of about 250,000 cables thanks to the Guardian newspaper of Great Britain, which quietly passed the Times the raw material that it had received as one of five news organizations favored by WikiLeaks.
The rest of your comment defending that propaganda rag is pretty hilarious.