1. avatar T Entertainment
    Also, lentil-weavers:


    I wonder if we'll eventually get one, or just continue to suck off the national power teat generated by them?
    It would be so class, as it would annoy all the right people SO much. People like Roger.
  2. avatar tinpot anto
    [quote:dd7fc6f3ca]Thus the world's present measured resources of uranium (5.5 Mt) in the cost category somewhat below present spot prices and used only in conventional reactors, are enough to last for over 80 years. This represents a higher level of assured resources than is normal for most minerals. Further exploration and higher prices will certainly, on the basis of present geological knowledge, yield further resources as present ones are used up.[/quote:dd7fc6f3ca]

  3. avatar Recycled Alien
    [quote=]Most people living close to power plants were "enthusiastic" about them and the developments would create jobs, Mr Miliband added.[/quote]
  4. avatar my-angel-rocks
    [quote:57d7314cd9]Ed Miliband has said the UK cannot afford to "say no" to nuclear power as he prepares to announce plans to fast-track a new generation of reactors.[/quote:57d7314cd9]

    Surely he meant Gordon Brown could not afford to say no otherwise Christmas dinner with his brother might be a bit awkward.
  5. avatar fastfude
    They'd give Tehran a nuke before they give Belfast one!

    Sure we can't even stop our roads falling down and they're already on the ground.
  6. avatar my-angel-rocks
    [quote:ee6ece5a17="fastfude"]They'd give Tehran a nuke before they give Belfast one![/quote:ee6ece5a17]

    Well, I'm sure Carrick'll take one ASAP. Nothing adds a bit of class to a 12th century castle like a nuclear powerstation in the background, or if they still want to keep Kilroot as coal, then there's a spot of land beside the Knockagh monument that would be a discrete place to put a powerstation.
  7. avatar Smallsquare
    I for one am looking forward to the many new superheroes certain to result from workplace accidents.