SolarFlare

WA Delegate: The I'm right you're wrong of Sun Burst (elected )

Founder: The Dolphin Approved Democracy of Celestial Wave

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Most World Assembly Endorsements: 922nd Most Valuable International Artwork: 1,091st Most Nations: 1,196th+4
Most Secular: 1,842nd Most Inclusive: 1,933rd Most Compassionate Citizens: 1,976th Nicest Citizens: 2,029th
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Hello, and welcome to SolarFlare! This region is a good place for nations who like democracy and peace. Here we are Pro-WA, Pro- Security Council, and pro-democracy! Puppets are allowed.

WA nations, please endorse Sun Burst!

We are neutral until provoked in attacker/defender wars. SolarFlare is a member of the The Global Alliance of Regions.

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    Constitution (UP FOR VOTE)

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    SolarFlare Rules.

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    SF Regional Officers

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    SolarFlare Regional Map

    FactbookGeography by Tocan Isle . 57 reads.

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    SolarFlare Climate Treaty

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    SolarFlare Political Parties

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    The Mods need more respect

    FactbookOverview by Thank you mods . 39 reads.

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    SolarFlare government

    BulletinPolicy by Celestial Wave . 40 reads.

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Embassies: The Wooloo Pact, Just relax, The Cult of PCHS, The Great Universe, Roman Empire, Gru, Weffle, Chicken overlords, Illinois, Save Our Planet, Libertarian Empire, Christmas, Callista, Amalgamated Federation, Reality, The Snakes, and 23 others.Isle Of Wooloo Kingdom, Sonowae, Oneid, Zentari, Impractical Jokers Jokes, Nonadia card farm region, Lewisham, United Nations of Jerusalem, Deep Storage, Triangle Business, Embassy Central, Cuara, The Islands of Smead, The Embassy, Gay Equality, Tocan Isle, The Vincence Empire, Freedom Fighters, Doggo, United1, The Bar on the corner of every region, Institute of Cellulose, and Caravansary.

Tags: Anti-Fascist, Casual, Defender, Democratic, Eco-Friendly, F7er, Free Trade, Independent, LGBT, Liberal, Medium, Multi-Species, and 6 others.Neutral, Outer Space, Regional Government, Role Player, Silly, and Social.

SolarFlare contains 14 nations, the 1,196th most in the world.

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The Greatest Rich-Poor Divides in SolarFlare

Nations ranked highly have large gaps between the incomes of rich and poor citizens. Nations low on the list have high levels of income equality.

As a region, SolarFlare is ranked 14,005th in the world for Greatest Rich-Poor Divides.

NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Dictatorship of Lostlands plainIron Fist Consumerists“Youíre all gonna die”
2.The United States of Inferior AmericaInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Find the Barlyy”
3.The Constitutional Monarchy of RivendellfolkInoffensive Centrist Democracy“We Never Surrender”
4.The United Kingdom of Southern CarpathiaCivil Rights Lovefest“We stand united at last.”
5.The Republic of GRHB puppetInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Henry Stickmin is GODLY”
6.The Federal Republic of Northern Carpathian UnionCivil Rights Lovefest“United as one we shall be forever.”
7.The Dolphin Approved Democracy of Celestial WaveInoffensive Centrist Democracy“So long, and thanks for all the fish!”
8.The Holy Golden Land of BarondoctorCivil Rights Lovefest“What's a motto with you?”
9.The I'm right you're wrong of Sun BurstLeft-Leaning College State“Always Look on the Bright Side of Life!”
10.The Federation of United DolphiniaScandinavian Liberal Paradise“Equality, self-governance, homeland”
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Regional Poll • Should the constitution weve been working on become official law?

The Republic of Tocan Isle wrote:Please read through the whole thing before you vote: https://www.nationstates.net/page=dispatch/id=1534117

Voting opened 1 day 20 hours ago and will close . Open to residents. You cannot vote as you are not logged in.

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The Inherent lack of Happiness of Sierra Grand

Tocan Isle wrote:Forgot to respond to this
Nuclear energy gets a pretty bad rap because of things like Chernobyl, but itís really a reliable type of energy if managed well. It has problems, and it really isnít ideal, but itís a good transition energy to renewable imo and itís so much better than fossil fuels.

ikr i had to spend an hour convincing my science class nuclear was renewable and good but they wouldn't budge



The Republic of Tocan Isle

Sierra Grand wrote:ikr i had to spend an hour convincing my science class nuclear was renewable and good but they wouldn't budge

i mean, i understand where anti-nuclear sentiment comes from, but it's honestly naive of someone to say "nuclear bad!" without any acknowledgement of the pros of it. Nuclear is a good source of energy, of course it has problems, but the complete attack on nuclear we see from some people is rooted in ignorance.

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The Inherent lack of Happiness of Sierra Grand

Tocan Isle wrote:i mean, i understand where anti-nuclear sentiment comes from, but it's honestly naive of someone to say "nuclear bad!" without any acknowledgement of the pros of it. Nuclear is a good source of energy, of course it has problems, but the complete attack on nuclear we see from some people is rooted in ignorance.

Starting at 4:10, the Fukoshima incident
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TjBnDsTOGug

The Republic of Tocan Isle

Sierra Grand wrote:Starting at 4:10, the Fukoshima incident
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TjBnDsTOGug

Nuclear is the safest form of energy. Significantly safer than coal, oil, or natural gas. Itís also much more reliable than renewables such as solar and wind because you know... sometimes it isnít sunny or windy? My opinion is that nuclear should be used as a transitional energy from fossil fuels, which are absolutely horrible and we literally have to stop using them ASAP, to renewables which are ideal.

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The Inherent lack of Happiness of Sierra Grand

Tocan Isle wrote:Nuclear is the safest form of energy. Significantly safer than coal, oil, or natural gas. Itís also much more reliable than renewables such as solar and wind because you know... sometimes it isnít sunny or windy? My opinion is that nuclear should be used as a transitional energy from fossil fuels, which are absolutely horrible and we literally have to stop using them ASAP, to renewables which are ideal.

In Piedmont region of georgia it's always sunny unless it's not which is like 2~3 days a month



The Republic of Tocan Isle

Sierra Grand wrote:In Piedmont region of georgia it's always sunny unless it's not which is like 2~3 days a month

ok but thats a trivial detail which ignores the greater point i was trying to make...

anyway
I had a discussion with my dad about how we need to use nuclear energy as a transition, and it went in one ear and out the other

my dad: "would you want to live next to a nuclear power plant?"
me: "i mean no??? but would you rather live next to a fossil fuel plant?"
him: "it's a different risk."
me: "yeah, and it's a risk that's significantly lower than that of living next to a fossil fuel plant."
him: "you can't compare them. it's a different risk"
me: "they're actually very easy to compare. if you look at stats"

*sigh*

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The Inherent lack of Happiness of Sierra Grand

Tocan Isle wrote:ok but thats a trivial detail which ignores the greater point i was trying to make...

anyway
I had a discussion with my dad about how we need to use nuclear energy as a transition, and it went in one ear and out the other

my dad: "would you want to live next to a nuclear power plant?"
me: "i mean no??? but would you rather live next to a fossil fuel plant?"
him: "it's a different risk."
me: "yeah, and it's a risk that's significantly lower than that of living next to a fossil fuel plant."
him: "you can't compare them. it's a different risk"
me: "they're actually very easy to compare. if you look at stats"

*sigh*

If you go to Philly near the bridge you will see a coal burning plant and there are these huge pillars of smoke coming out, in total unrelation that area has high lung cancer.

what a coincidence

The Republic of Tocan Isle

Sierra Grand wrote:If you go to Philly near the bridge you will see a coal burning plant and there are these huge pillars of smoke coming out, in total unrelation that area has high lung cancer.

what a coincidence

Strange coincidence. Who would have thought that burning coal causes lung cancer???

The Republic of Tocan Isle

Good morning everyone

The Republic of Tocan Isle

Question: when was your nation's date of independence, or date of creation?

Tocan Isle gained independence in 1963.

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