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The current environmental debate here in AZ is whether to mine the uranium-rich land too squeaky close to the Grand Canyon, or to leave our national park as is, without disturbing the surrounding lands. Someone in state government said that the amount or ore that could be mined would keep the lights on in Phoenix for the next 300 years.

Lest we forget, the terrible tsunami that hit Japan last year wreaked havoc on  its nuclear power plants that were supposedly immune to earthquakes before the damage hit. Out of the mainstream media reports 14000 infant deaths in the U.S. last year due to the nuclear meltdown–now said to be on the same level as Chernobyl. This information came from http://www.naturalnews.com.

We don’t expect a tsunami to hit anywhere near the Grand Canyon. But then, over in Holbrook about 75 miles away is the big hole in the ground, the meteor crater that people stop to see.  Bottom line is, this conundrum: keep Arizona in power for centuries to come, or keep the  Grand Canyon protected from potential damage. What camp are YOU in?

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