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Comment Re:Really ? (Score 1) 166

Trolling with AC, ehhh? Well, it's true that there are probably 10 times more people killed by oil per kWh, because 87% of the worlds energy is from gas, coal and oil. Naturally, you're going to have a higher death rate, moron. Just like you'll have more dead people in a city with a population of 20 million vs a population of 1,000 in a small town!

A whore for the Sudies? I think you're the real whore hiding under anonymous coward which rightly labels your comment. I support solar and alternative energy. I once used to even support nuclear until I learned the truth over many years as I studied it deeper and concluded that nuclear safety is all a lie with the significant countless accidents they keep having and roughly massive accident every 20 years that far exceeds any oil accident.

Let the Chinese build all the reactors they want, I'm not jealous, seriously, I'm not! Just like the air pollution they now have from all the factories they built, the'll soon have tons of Cesium-131 & Cesium-137 floating around killing them off like flies the next time they blow up one of their cheaply made reactors. I encourage you to move there since you're so fond of nuclear power. Shit, why not even get a job as a nuclear worker at one of their newly built plants, I'm sure their past quality issues with the buildings they build as well as product quality they're known for won't matter much since you will ensure they do it right!

Comment Re:This is what happens... (Score 1) 166

I'm not sure I get your point since you entirely changed the subject. Maybe you replied to me by mistake? But to answer your question if you are referring to me is a dirty bomb could be mailed or on a container cargo ship as those areas have few and very lax security checks due to massive amounts of shipments. Making the assumption that a dirty bomb would be strictly in some idiots cavity as they board an airplane only shows your poor understanding of security in many areas. Maybe you're only 13 years old or have a brain of a 13 year old but I'll forgive you if you're a young teen but if you're an adult I'm sure once you sell your soul to Satan since your handle has 666, he'll prob give you some wisdom on how to shove that watermelon sized dirty bomb up your A$$ so you can show your ISIS buddies back in Ichi Karachi what a real man you are.

Comment Re:This is what happens... (Score 1) 166

Very well said! Wish I had mod point to give you.

The future of nuclear power plants is practically dead in the USA. A lot of these nukkers keep wasting time trying to push their agenda to build new reactors regardless of their claimed efficiency or supposed safety. We as a human civilization F%#@ed up too many times with nuclear power due to sheer stupidity and greed. There have been numerous accidents all over the world some very severe and some less severe and countless many more where they just kept their mouth shut hoping residents and the government won't notice. We've all been lied to for too long by the NRC and the power companies that own these to avoid lawsuits. The citizens in the US wised up and put their foot down and I'm glad they did. All remaining nuke plants should be decommissioned once their permits expire.

As far as disposal, I've always advocated dumping the spent fuel along the US/Mexico border. It would solve the crossing of illegals and cost nothing compared to Yucca Mountain to dump all of it a few feet underground right along the border in areas that aren't populated and where no real fence or patrol exists.

Comment Re:This is what happens... (Score 1) 166

In any case, nuclear power is dead in the USA. Stop wasting your time trying to push your agenda to build new reactors regardless of their claimed efficiency or supposed safety. We as a human civilization F%#@ed up too many times with nuclear power due to sheer stupidity and greed. There have been numerous accidents all over the world some very severe and some less severe and countless many more where they just kept their mouth shut hoping residents and the govt won't notice. We've all been lied to for too long by the NRC and the power companies that own these to avoid lawsuits. The citizens in the US wised up and put their foot down and I'm glad they did. All remaining nuke plants should be retired once their permits expire.

As far as disposal, I've always advocated dumping the spent fuel along the US/Mexico border. It would solve the crossing of illegals and cost nothing compared to Yucca Mountain to dump all of it a few feet underground right along the border in areas that aren't populated and where no real fence or patrol exists.

Comment Re:This is what happens... (Score 1) 166

In any case, nuclear power is dead in the USA. Stop wasting your time trying to push your agenda to build new reactors regardless of their claimed efficiency or supposed safety. We as a human civilization F%#@ed up too many times with nuclear power due to sheer stupidity and greed. There have been numerous accidents all over the world some very severe and some less severe and countless many more where they just kept their mouth shut hoping residents and the govt won't notice. We've all been lied to for too long by the NRC and the power companies that own these to avoid lawsuits. The citizens in the US wised up and put their foot down and I'm glad they did. All remaining nuke plants should be retired once their permits expire. As far as disposal, I've always advocated dumping the spent fuel along the US/Mexico border. It would solve the crossing of illegals and cost nothing compared to Yucca Mountain to dump all of it a few feet underground right along the border in areas that aren't populated and where no real fence or patrol exists.

Comment Re:This is what happens... (Score 1) 166

Not true, a dirty bomb could happen as easily as 911. Before 911, no one even imagined terrorists would hit skyscrapers with a passenger airplane. Even the FBI ignored their own intelligence of the attack as unlikely days before the strike occurred. Since then, many security analysts have re-evaluated their position of the extent terrorists will go to to send their message.

Comment Re:Diamonds have subjective cut, color, clarity. D (Score 1) 335

Gold comes in 10k, 14k, 18k, 24k, rose gold, white gold, etc. So What's your point about diamond's subjective qualities again? Would you know the difference between 14k and 18k gold without test equipment/chemicals? What about gold bars that are fake? You know, the ones where just recently, the Chinese coated tungsten bars with 10 thin layers of Gold on the outside and someone discovered that the gold bars were 90% Tungsten after they drilled with a drill bit past the first few layers? Now all the gold bugs are scared shitless that most of the Chinese gold bars might be 90% fake! No one had the balls to dare to drill all the other gold bars circulating the world since the gold bugs now realize it would destroy their entire gold supply if in fact most of the gold bars are fakes. Back to the Tungsten point. It never ceases to amaze me all the stupid shit people post, especially with those that have never worked on something claiming to be subject matter experts. Tungsten is ground into a powder, like flour, then it is melted in casts to make parts. And yes, Tungsten powder is used to make rockets, airplane parts and nuclear missiles used by the US military. So you are spewing complete BS none-sense with your claims of Tungsten. If you really want to see first hand how powerful tungsten powder forms into a solid metal go to your nearest wedding store and check out Wedding bands made of Tungsten and try to break or scratch one and you'll realize only Diamonds can cut Tungsten.

Comment Re:Gold has value because it doesn't corrode, it l (Score 1) 335

So enlighten us why not hold diamonds? They are shiney and last forever too. Why not plutonium? It too is a extremely rare element and will boil water for you for the next 10+ million years without the need for fossil fuels? Tungsten , can't be bent? You must be one of those armchair full of shit engineers. Have you ever shaken an incandescent light bulb and seen that black filament wiggle? That is Tungsten in case you didn't know what Tungston was even used for.

Comment Re:A golden riddle (Score 1) 335

Another point I forgot to mention was the same central banks/quants never saw the housing bubble either causing many banks to completely collapse. As a matter of fact Bank of America is a zombie bank with ungodly liabilities. If the shit hits the fan one day, like a nuclear bomb in Manhattan, no amount of gold or money could stop BofA or any bank from going completely under. The Fed printed tons of Dollars and took rates down to zero to artificially buy the banks lots of time before the reaper comes in to take their souls away. If you think some banker is smarter than some survivalist out in the woods, my friend you have been drinking the spiked CoolAid from the same punch bowl the bankers drink from.

Comment Re:A golden riddle (Score 1) 335

There is no riddle to solve. The central banks refuse to believe in a total collapse of their created fiat currency but they use Gold to hedge currency fluctuations. Let me put it to you this way, if shit hits the fan most people go into survival mode just like when a hurricane is about to strike. The last thing anyone gives a flying fuck about is gold. The first thing they think about is getting safe shelter, food and water and boarding up their belongings hoping to minimize the losses.

Comment $100 million (Score 4, Interesting) 95

Since when did it start to cost $100 million to administer a test??? The schools are out of freaking control and are gouging the life out of property taxes. It's time we end the fiasco and do 100% online virtual schools or fire the union, pension hoarding teachers and replace them with robots or TV's. In today's day and age, there is no reason why they can't record all the lectures into video format and play them back. As far as tests are concerned, every kid should get a different randomized test in front of a computer with a time limit. It's time we put our foot down and end the waste of tax dollars on old bureaucratic nonsense.

Comment LAPD Chopper parody to Host Chopper (Score 1) 160

Too bad "Host Chopper" is no longer around as it was a hilarious parody about a hosting company with a fucking chopper, I guess someone should create a LAPD Chopper parody since all they're doing is delaying the crime, not actually stopping it. As soon as the chopper is gone the criminals go on a rampage.: Here's a link to some of the content host chopper used to have: http://laughingsquid.com/host-...

Comment Re:See mom? (Score 1) 113

According to my speculation he likely had $150,000,000 ($150 million dollars) since that sized account would be able to come close to hitting $15 billion dollars in trading per year. Please note that if you factor in T+3 days to settle funds between trades he likely traded less than 100 times in a 365 day cycle. so from this number we can safely speculate that his real gain could have been 33%. While impressive for a trader, he definitely did not beat the market since the market went up by 57% so he traded like a mad man trying to play games in the market only to have the market beat him by a whopping additional 24%!

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