Nuclear Power AFF–SupplementDDI 2008 Kernoff/OlneyTakumi Murayama/J.B. Hardin
1.I know you’re all excited for another file by Takumi Murayama \(^o^ )/This time, though, J.B. Hardin assisted Takumi. He’s pretty cool.2.Anyway, first up is an updated 1AC, with some new optional advantages(hopefully) and extra cards. What Takumi is doing is cutting out Econ,running Leadership, and maybe running Reprocessing as a 2AC add-on.Basically, you should figure out which advantages to run, since there areSO MANY PERMUTATIONS of the same 4.3.Basically, the Reprocessing stuff is there because I found that key cardthat said that our private waste management leads to reprocessing. It’sanother way to solve for proliferation, a way to solve for Yucca, and alsoa good way of solving for waste management concerns.4.Most of these blocks that follow have both 2AC and 1AR blocks–but somedon’t have 1AR blocks because frankly, that would take too long. Wave 3was kind of short.5.T blocks are not bad. A bit long, maybe.6.The Alternative Energy CP evidence is basically a bunch of advantagesthat are extended, which Alternatives can’t solve. You could probably pullthose if you want generic advantage/impact extensions.7.Make sure when you DO read these extensions that you actually read thatadvantage in the 1AC.8.There are a few DA blocks, like Coal, that aren’t too bad. On the otherhand, I couldn’t find specific turns for other trade-off DA’s like NaturalGas.9.The international CP stuff is unorganized; mostly it’s just solvency deficitstuff and then some specifics on Britain and France. Remember, the USfgALWAYS solves better!10.Oh, I cut some cool Politics cards. I mean, I guess it’s only no Link, butstill.11.There are LOTS of on-case blocks to the major “it’s dangerous” things.12.States CP block we used against Jackie and Junaid. They dropped it.Which means it works.13.I like the Terrorism turn. If you ever need comparative evidence onTerrorism vs. Global Warming, get out the Houghton 03 evidence fromthat block.
(_' ) DUEL