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Should a landfill be created in North Dakota for disposal of low-level radioactive, oil-field waste, such as filter socks?

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Apr-27-14 7:30 AM

Yes it is our garbage we should take care of it.

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Apr-27-14 7:34 AM

Well the State of ND has over 2500 producing wells so they should make the operators pay for cleanup. Ol Helmsy don't dare push ol Hammsy around.

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Apr-27-14 9:47 AM

Exactly how low level is the radiation? Is it even dangerous? The US Navy has come up with solid numbers for safety issues involving nuclear energy/radiation. It is either over the limit or it isn't, no guessing required. Just spit out the facts and it will solve itself.

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Apr-27-14 11:59 AM

Heck NO!

Depriving venture capitalists from selling these used socks to garment makers in Indonesia would infringe on their Continental rights.....

And, the very next new T-shirt design heading to the US under the glow in the dark series starting at only $39.99.....

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Apr-27-14 8:31 PM

ND could open the doors to store waste, radioactive, from the world over and store nuclear waste from chernobyl and foo koo shima. That's the ticket. It is proactive to be radioactive.

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