Now, if someone doing my plumbing fucked it up and then explained, "I'm not a plumber," I'd sue him or charge him with fraud. But okay.
He calls himself a businessman. You call yourself a scientist. Why you're not using your talents for business or science rather than politics, which you clearly aren't good at, I don't know. Why would that be that you don't remain in your field of expertise, benefiting the world with your sciencey wonders and miracles, Mr. Art Robinson?
Well, he has called attention to it...
Let's just see about his science, which also comes up, and just how good it looks when you, well, look at it. He believes that we can get rid of radioactive waste by diluting it and then sprinkling it over the oceans, or "even over America." You may say, even if the radioactivity is somehow diluted by water(and it's not, it takes a very small amount of these substances to kill you), in accumulation--which water, which has a cycle, tends to do--that would nullify any possibility of that. Well, he thinks it's good for us, and this is the rather rubbish hypothesis--not theory; theories are explanations that have been proven consistent with observable and repeatable phenomena--he applies that makes him think that. Which does not apply to RADIOACTIVE WASTE. Which includes such proven biological cleansers and exfoliants as uranium-234, neptunium-237, plutonium-238 and americium-241.
Mmm. Such long names, with numbers even; that's got to be good for you. Telling, ya, I can feel that hot shower right now. Right after I have my humours leeched.
"Eternity in the company of Beelzebub, and all of his hellish instruments of death, will be a picnic compared to five minutes with me & this pencil." --E. Blackadder, 1789 Questionable
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