A Contentious Bill Passes Senate (em Two Votes Shy of Blocking a Veto
Recently passed by the U.S. Senate, nuclear waste bill S. 104 lies mired in quicksand, facing a promised...
Times, Reza was a "fixture" at the San Juan Capistrano Swallows Day Parade, wearing period costumes and sporting antique Colt sidearms, worth up to $25,000 each. Assistant Sheriff George Jaramillo defended the arrest of Reza, saying "[h]e may be just an avid gun collector. It may be that he was a despondent, unemployed gun collector. But that's not the point. Right now is not the time to be making threats against anyone."
Forget the nukes, let's go to space, baby! One scientist believes we should just avoid all the fuss with nuclear power by building solar plants on the moon and beaming energy back to Earth via microwave. David Criswell, director of the University of Houston's Institute for Space Systems Operations, says that energy from his Lunar Solar Power System would be pollution-free, abundant, clean, stable, and affordable. All for the same cost as the Apollo program price tag, according to Criswell.
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