|“Top 10 nuclear power jokes“
10) The main argument for keeping nuclear power plants going forward is that they work, and they create new mutations for radiologists to research.
9) The main argument against using nuclear power is that it’s dangerous, and that argument is often made by protestors who are violently dangerous.
8) The economics of using nuclear power are clear: On the whole, it’s efficient, and profitable, and advances the state of science and knowledge, which explains why anti-nuke activists are so vocal.
7) The economics of stopping nuclear power are clear: Accidents happen, and make massive costly disaster holes that disrupt the pursuit of more wholesome science and knowledge, which explains so many why pro-nuclear advocates are glad they own shares in Westinghouse – the world’s leading manufacturer of nuclear power plant parts.
6) Once upon a time, nuclear power was considered the power of the future. Ironically, nuclear waste will long remain a weakness of the past.
5) Once upon a time, wind power was considered the power of the future. That was in the 17th Century BC in Hamurabi’s reign in Babylon, and they still haven’t found a way to make it solve all our energy needs.
4) A nuclear plant, a windmill and a solar panel are at a party, and the nuclear plant is getting all the attention from the hottest girls. Jealous, the windmill and solar panel ask the nuclear power what his secret is. Naturaly, the atomic power player says “Well, Mr. Windmill, you’re just spinning your wheels in place and blowing a lot of air getting nowhere, and you Mr. Solar Panel, you suck up all the light and your character is very flat. On the other hand, I am the bad boy every hottie loves: I’m dangerous, I’m toxic to the core, I’m hard to handle, and my charm is radioactive.”
3) If you fish near Three Mile Island, Chernobyl or Fukushima, be sure your fishin’ trip does not turn into a fission trip.
2) If it weren’t for radioactive mutations and nuclear power plants, Marge Simpson wouldn’t have three-eyed fish to feed Mr. Burns and Homer would be unemployed.
… and the #1 nuclear power joke is:
1) It’s ok to think your inner strength is a form of nuclear power, as long as you don’t have a meltdown.
Reference: Yasha Harari forTheDailyDose.com.