posted on Aug, 21 2011 @ 10:56 PM
And if the power runs out, this planet dies and so do we. Why?
Here's another way of looking at it. Your driving a car. The more you step on the gas, the faster you go and the quicker you get from A to B, thus
being more time and fuel efficient. But traveling at higher speeds, the more likely you are to kill yourself in the case of an accident. What if your
brakes suddenly went out? Woops, Game Over. Was it worth it?
There are currently over 440 nuclear power plants sitting like timebombs around the globe. The map below marks perhaps half of them, but gives a good
idea of their spread worldwide.
Okay, so back to my original point. Nuclear power plants require a continuous source of electricity to maintain the cooling of hot radioactive
materials. When this cooling ceases to function, you have catastrophes such as Fukushima occurring. So basically, without this safety net cooling
system functioning, everything goes to hell. The tether here is electricity. What if electricity was lost world wide even for a day, say, due to large
electromagnetic storms from space disrupting electronics here on Earth. Life support - OFF.
Every single nuclear plant on Earth would have a MELTDOWN. I don't even have to go into what would happen after this, It's almost too painful to
We, the human race, have sown the mechanical seeds of our own demise. Mother Earth's brand new nuclear-powered Chevrolet is travelling so fast that
if the brakes snap now, we all die in the passenger seat. Who made the car? We did.