Wednesday, March 16, 2011

At Palisades Nuclear Power Plant

Since there is no place to store spent fuel rods, nuclear power plants must bury their plutonium on site.  I wrote the poem to protest.  At Palisades, the fuel rod is buried on the sandy shore of Lake Michigan encased in cement.  Not a good solution.

Read more about this in my book, The Dynamic Great Lakes.

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