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(Hudson Valley Reporter)   A natural gas pipeline, a megawatt power line, and a nuclear power plant all converge along a river upstream from New York City. What could possibly go wrong?   ( hudsonvalleyreporter.com) divider line
    More: Scary, New York, nuclear power, Marcellus Shale, megawatts, electric power transmission, Putnam County, pipeline, Hudson River  
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2013-10-17 01:07:14 PM  
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tommyl66: Didn't Calvin and Hobbes already cover this?

Came for this, did it myself.

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2013-10-17 01:30:01 PM  
1 vote:

joeflood: Worst case scenario:

Worst case scenario: The natural gas pipeline comes alive (ala Ghostbusters) and decides to dominate the people of earth (ala Pacific Rim) but realizes that it unfortunately cannot move. It simmers with hatred for 30 years until the line is decommissioned.
2013-10-17 01:00:01 PM  
1 vote:
Yes, let's NOT have high-power lines coming off of power plants.

What is this headline even trying to say?  2 pieces of infrastructure coexist?  Oh no! Are the roads there too?
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