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This subject has been beaten repeatedly.You folks against this are just stupid. If Seabrook goes down and Seabrook does have a life span - you all would be screaming - why we don't have enough electricity. I've read all of the arguments before so no need to repeat all.Big government. Big business. Pristine New Hampshire. New Hampshire has been clear cut twice in history. We had farms here. Just love the newcomers up here who want zero change and zero growth. No new homes built the day after my house was built.You are all just short sighted.You all just like to protest just for the sake of protesting.Lets zone all of the mountains forest land. Those who own land - now it is worthless. Say goodbye to your nest egg/money.Lets zone all of Moultonborough residential with a minimum of 2 acres for home construction and that minimum must be pristine land. If a brook runs through that 2 acres - then the land is worthless as the brook is wetlands and has to be subtracted. So now your 2 acres is worthless as you do not meet the 2 acre minimum.Lets zone no more anything.Zero change.Lets fight everything.
It's severe, calling our residents "stupid"! Don't ever disagree with Tracy! Are there any anger management sessions available nearby? Hopefully, there is an opening!
Don't believe NH residents are receiving any electricity from the proposed Northern Pass transmission lines. electricity is going to NY, Conn. and Ma.Isn't the debate now about running the the lines underground along route 93 not overhead on towers?
Hey Tracy, get us some facts, and we might listen. It is good clean hydro-electric power, about as green as it gets. It will be sold to us by a Canadian company, so we will be at their mercy for price. Who will it supply?? Figure that out for us..will probably go downstate where the grid starts, and get fed into the grid. Do we need it??? We are letting Washington close down the American coal industry, and shut down coal fired generating stations ( or convert to natural gas ). And for a while, we seem to have enough electricity. Washingtons solution is to take away our lightbulbs. Saves electricity. So far, there is not enough intelegent info in the hands of the public to make a good judgement call on this. Lets bury it for another five years, wait till our lights blink, and talk about it again. Be sure to keep the government out of it.
Stupid huh? Give me an argument that makes sense Miss stallard . What benefits would we really get? What impact will there be to "our" and yes it is all of our New Hampshire, lands and property values that border this project? I am a local and I believe you judge according to the propaganda fed to you. Typical progressive if I do say, always opening their mouth and doing the blame game when they don't like what they hear, give me a common sense and accurate argument will ya? I havn't heard yours yet. So before you put the opposition down give me your argument. I'm afraid it's gonna be the same BS answer we have all heard before. Like the wind power it's gonna be useless for the North country! But I am sure you know that already, what invested interest do you really have Miss Stallard?
"If Seabrook goes down and Seabrook does have a life span - you all would be screaming - why we don't have enough electricity."HELLO. This is one reason why you against people are actually stupid.I have heard and read all of the arguments already. No need to repeat such here.
Come now Tracy. People aren't stupid because they oppose Northern Pass. You off an invalid argument with zero facts. That makes you ignorant. Get some facts or keep you ignorance to yourself.
I don't see this on the Opera house website?
It's Saturday 9/21, not Friday. Sorry for the error.
Tracy would be a natural for our B O S. just give her a shovel, she keeps digging. The energizer bunny.Google up electric plants in N H and see what percentage of our juice depends on SeaBrook.Tracy should worry more about the nuclear waste stored on the sea shore there. Hurricane season. Obamas first gift to all 342 registered democrats who live in Utah was to close the $$ 10 billion Yucca mountain, which would have been proper storage.
Entergy Corporation will close Vermont Yankee nuclear power plant in 2014.Just close it?No natural disaster. Just close it. That could never happen with Seabrook could it? Seabrook generates 1,244 million watts of electricity - enough power to supply the annual needs of 1.4 million families and businesses. We here in NH could easily replace that, right? Just turn up the dials at the coal fired plant in Bow? Of course they would have to add more mercury scrubbers. Mercury? That's and outboard motor isn't it?
Good job on your numbers Tracy. I saw the same...seems like a hell of a big output for one plant.The nuclear plants go down from time to time, pump trouble or cracks, and may be off line for a couple of years for repairs.. Sort of common. The grid can step in seamlessly and route power to the affected areas. They expect this to happen. We will be OK. We have woodchip burners and hydro too, as well as windmills and solar, both an economic joke, but never the less, causing a bit of an oversupply in the grid. We will be O K. Keep the govt out.
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