posted on May, 23 2011 @ 06:20 PM
Seems like a new nuclear crisis is all over the world now.
With this year having very turbulent earthquakes - who knows why, perhaps due to the sun's activity.
If we have a war between Pakistan and/or Iran, there are further problems.
The nuclear industry is in denial all over the world. Looking at the history of nuke tests and NPP-s, including follow-up studies of Chernobyl, it
could be that a lot of the health problems we experience nowadays in masses - such as way too many people dying of cancer and perhaps even climate
The design of these money-making machines replacing oil is far from good. Any bigger probelm strikes, there is no solution for hundreds of years. We
have been hoping for almost sixty years that someone else will solve the problem of containment of wastes and other radioactive materials. No one has
come up with a better solution so far - please correct me if I am wrong.
Plus, my experience with the US Navy was that people almost illiterate were allowed to handle nuclear submarines. When in 1986 - the year of Chernobyl
- they were supposed to take physics ina no-tuition class, F=m times a was deleted from their exam items because after two years of studying physic s
it was too much...
Fukushima is not going away. IT CONTINUES to release radioactive materials into the environment which will get into the food chain.
A couple of more earthqakes or terrorist acts or a smaller scale nuclear strike and every second person on Earth is supposed to die of cancer in the
coming few years...
Can we imagine leaving a dead ocean to our children?
Is making cars THAT important?
That was the main reasons why Japan had over 200 NPP's in an EQ zone.
The insurance is right. WSHTF it would be far worse than a simple damage case. It will be a catastrophic meltdown of civilization as we know it and
people living in caves for a few hundred years.
Perhaps I am being too pessimistic - but then again, so are most young people I know about the environment. Sorry.