Lake-source cooling doesn't add significant heat to the lake, even when it's 
running in the summer (something like the equivalent of 4 hrs of sunlight over 
a year).

Cayuga Lake froze from shore to shore @ Aurora (the widest point) in '78-'79, 
when what was then Milliken Station was operating full-bore, not in the 
attenuated state it's operated now.

Let's keep our perspective (and honesty) in our rants.

Tom Vawter

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