Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Atomic Mass

IN SYDNEY, where it appears to have stopped raining, those who care deeply about the planet vowed a "mass demonstration" against the NSW's decision to allow uranium mining. Via Twitter, here is a picture of the gathering.


Not too many by "mass demonstration" standards, but it is still cause for concern. How many people can be left at Fairfax World Headquarters to produce tomorrow's Silly?

12 comments:

  1. The Old and Unimproved DaveFebruary 22, 2012 at 2:19 PM

    Did they share a taxi ?

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  2. Sneer all you like, but at least some people have concerns for the well being of the world. Uranium should be left in the ground. Since mankind discovered its dismal qualities it's brought nothing but grief to the world. Its use should be considered a crime against humanity and lead to charges at The Hague.

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    1. Sneer , sneer snork, sneer .....yup a crime against humanity to have cheap safe energy , much rather 10 cents a kw than 60 cents a kw , at least my kids wouldn't be slaves to the watermelons .... 2 brand new nuclear plants to be built in Georgia . green heads must be a poppin all over .

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    2. The stuff has much more than military use, you know. Suggestion: google some of the uses of uranium and depleted uranium and then explain why these applications are a "crime against humanity".

      Maybe the rest of the crowd was on the bus.

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  3. Yawn. Predictable much hammy?

    BloodyLanceFlashman.

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  4. Hammy's right, keep pulling stuff out of the ground and we are going to have Deadly Anthropogenic Collapse of the Planet. Gasp it has already started http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/4/4b/Sink_holes_and_liquefaction_North_New_Brighton_Feb_2011.jpg (soz couldn't find a Prius)

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  5. Prof - that was FUNNY! Lo and behold "hammygar" is there too - more funny - come on Prof tell us "hammygar" is not channelling the late great Alene Composta.

    -Carl

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  6. So no gigantic papier mache heads?

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  7. Speaking of atomic - what about the Rudd bomb going off soon ?

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  8. Doesn't look like they reached critical mas, does it?

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    1. They were critical about uranium mining …

      Cheers

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