They keep saying "first we'll do this and then we'll do that" with the spent fuel.
But the one question no one seems able to answer is what you ultimately will do with all that toxic spent fuel. Simply speaking there is no answer, no plan for what to do with nuclear waste from any plant damaged or otherwise.
stevegee58 writes "Ever wonder while standing at a urinal what is the best target to minimize or maximize splashing? Ever wonder where the big puddles on the floor come from? Well wonder no longer; science once more comes to the rescue.
Fluid dynamics researchers at Brigham Young University have determined the optimum distance and angle for minimal splashing. (Hint: don't aim at the urinal cake)" Link to Original Source
If you can look it up a service in the yellow pages, then then government shouldn't be doing it.
They shouldn't be doing their own web sites. In fact it begs the question why the Feds are even involved in health insurance at all.
It seems to me that most of these big, high visibility companies haven't bothered waiting for "orders" from anyone. They've been just rolling over like good little bitches and turning information over based merely on requests.