It is funny that any and all things related to cement production in the Wilmington area immediately elicit divisive comments and media action. But if we’re talking about 40-years of uranium enrichment, it’s pretty much ok to do so in closed meetings. What’s up with that?
(StarNews) – The last major review before a revolutionary laser uranium enrichment plant could be built in Castle Hayne will take place behind closed doors. The facility on GE’s Castle Hayne campus near the intersection of Interstate 140 and Castle Hayne Road would be the nation’s first laser-based commercial uranium enrichment operation, using an Australian technology called SILEX, or Separation of Isotopes by Laser Excitation.
WOW! Really neat, but c’mon, it’s uranium. . which has a half life of like. . . I don’t know. . . forever. Where’s the environmental movement and the Cape Fear River Watch?
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