Threndyle, Gene

I do not trust the nuclear industry to do the right thing with nuclear waste. These dangerous materials should not be stored in the Great Lake Basin. The potential for disaster no matter how unlikely it might seem is not worth the risk. And yet we have these poisons right beside Lake Huron and Lake Ontario. What a mistake. However these materials should be stored it should not be beside the largest fresh water system in North America. Not only would millions of peoples lives be potentially affected by a disaster now or in the future, but also ecosystems and wildlife habitat.

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