Fusion Reactor To Produce A Potent Greenhouse Gas

I was shocked to read this morning that the Iter reactor will be generating large amounts of a potent greenhouse gas.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-11541383

Presidential science advisor John Holdren warned us about these pesky reactors in 1969 :

A more easily evaluated problem is the tremendous quantity of waste heat generated at nuclear installations (to say nothing of the usable power output, which, as with power from whatever source, must also ultimately be dissipated as heat). Both have potentially disastrous effects on the local and world ecological and climatological balance.

This dangerous substance (H2O) is known to be responsible for the vast majority of the greenhouse effect on Earth. It absorbs LW radiation across a broad spectrum and is extremely abundant.

http://www.globalwarmingart.com/wiki/File:Atmospheric_Transmission_png

Nancy Pelosi wants to save the planet, and she has less than four weeks to do it. I urge you to write her to get all this nasty steam under control, before it kills the Penguins or Mosquitoes or some lizard in the Amazon.

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6 Responses to Fusion Reactor To Produce A Potent Greenhouse Gas

  1. TimC says:

    She also has the lame duck session …

  2. Eyes Wide Open says:

    Typical Alarmist buffoonery where they don’t (or can’t do) the basic math! The heat currently generated by the world’s nuclear installation installation represents 0.000005 of the solar radiation absorbed by the Earth! Should we be scared or what!

  3. MikeTheDenier says:

    I say “what”.

  4. Scarlet Pumpernickel says:

    Doesn’t more water come out of burning fossil fuels then CO2? How come nobody worries about this? But anyway, more free fresh water in the world is good. It’s amazing nobody has started connecting this to “sea level rise” as well LOL

  5. It's always Marcia, Marcia says:

    Banning DiHydrogen Monoxide – Penn and Teller

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