November 03 2010 PUTRAJAYA 3 Nov — Former Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad said the government should not rush into building a nuclear power plant as once it is activated “there can be no turning back”. “I have a different view about the nuclear power plant, I don’t like nuclear power plants simply because the technology is not quite complete.
Ralat laaa.. kecewa laa.. putih mata laa.. thee he he
Buat loji nuklear masyuk wooooo... ini bukan projek bilion2.. ini projek trillion-trillion
Baru sekarang nak sayang alam sekitar? Sudah laa.. kilang aluminium Sarawak sapa yg lulus..
Korea ada 20 nuclear power stations, tengah buat 8 lagi. Jepun ada 57.. thee he he
Buat hydro elektrik laaa! alang2 buat, dah nak tenggelam pun sebesar saiz Singapura kat Sarawak.. sapa yg luluskan.. thee he he
Cakap je laa.. anak beranak suku sakat nak tumpang sekaki.
We don’t know what to do with the nuclear waste. Once you activate uranium there is no going back. “And we used to have some problem with even the little radioactive material that we mined before called “amang” which was used in the production of colour televisions. “Now they don’t use it amang anymore for colour television. Getting rid of it was very difficult. “We had to isolate one square mile of land in order to bury the activated amang ” he said after launching the first locally-produced Peugeot 207 here today.(read more HERE)