28 Dec '14, 8am

Score 1 for jellyfish:

Jelly fish have more backbone than our elected officials. Diablo Canyon in California was shut down more than once because of the sea salp. The plant isn’t needed for power in California, yet our elected officials continue to force ratepayers to live with this unnecessary risk. San Onofre nuclear plant in Southern California is permanently shut down due to SoCal Edison’s poorly designed steam generators. We haven’t had one blackout without the plant, but we did have a radiation leak because of the generators. Now we have to deal with the high burnup fuel nuclear waste that is over twice as radioactive and hot as low burnup fuel and has proved to be unstable in dry cask storage — even with the first 20 years. Learn more at

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