Tuesday, August 16, 2011

SONGS Open House San Clemente

Watching The Watchers
Last night at the Southern California Edison opened house (for the public) in San Clemente California, I was greeted by SCE employee Neil Johnson Security Specialist Corporate Investigations & Protective Services Corporate Security. A man who I've never met before but recognize me immediately came up to introduce himself as an attempt to intimidate me and then followed me around the whole evening every time I went into the event, and when I was outside passing out flyers he would come out and stand outside and watch. We had maybe 12 people there with there signs passing out information to the public. All 12 of us were over 50 yrs old, but along with California Edison security they saw fit to call six sheriffs to stand about 20 feet away and watch us. It is a sad state of affairs when the people who worked for southern California Edison couldn't answer our questions they tried to shuffle us outside. And when is it that science considers it enough that the CEO of Edison and one of their physicists kept repeating I don't feel there'll be an accident here. Since when is feelings part of science? It would seem logical that the scientist would not only figure out the process of nuclear energy but how to deal with the waste before they inflicted it upon the whole world. I'm sorry California Edison but when you said we have been working on solutions to these problems are 50 years, and we haven't got it yet but hope to get it figured out soon. I for one found no confidence in that kind of statement. That kind of logic causes accidents, 3 mile Island, Chernobyl, Fukushima, Simi Valley nuclear accident 1958.

 Gene Stone C.A.N.
Coalition Against Nukes.




SONGS Open House San Clemente