tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-4411161795798360588.post4968531916483144910..comments2024-06-14T11:06:58.912+01:00Comments on Borthlas: Nuclear ReassuranceJohn Dixonhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/07447224248021209852noreply@blogger.comBlogger3125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-4411161795798360588.post-51708029279503146542012-05-15T13:01:35.277+01:002012-05-15T13:01:35.277+01:00There have been four major ice ages in the last 80...There have been four major ice ages in the last 800,000 years. Ironically these glacial periods are named after Ipswich, Anglia, Warwick and Devon, all of which are defined by copious deposits of glacial moraines originating from the rocks of Cumbria. Perhaps the next one will be named the Isotopoian glacial period ?Anonymousnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-4411161795798360588.post-70943229696606361042012-05-14T21:37:07.175+01:002012-05-14T21:37:07.175+01:00John
This is worrying
If given the mathematical ce...John<br />This is worrying<br />If given the mathematical certainty of the half life of nuclear material then the Nuclear Decommissioning Authorities engineering director should be looking for another job.<br /> There is some difference between hundreds of thousands of years and two million plus<br />Two things are certain that in both his time spans this island will not look physically as it is today if it is here at all and the costs associated will be of astronomical dimensionsG Horton-Jonesnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-4411161795798360588.post-76109957135298636402012-05-14T19:03:13.112+01:002012-05-14T19:03:13.112+01:00It is all right John, could not have put it better...It is all right John, could not have put it better myself... <br /><br />RYou mean there's more???https://www.blogger.com/profile/12736627336832800972noreply@blogger.com