Is saying the sky is falling to promote themselves and do disservice to the truth.
If one goes to "Scientific American" and reads the blog of the nuclear expert, one will see that while there may be some issues with radioactivity, on the whole, the issue is not as dangerous as the media portrays it. Of course if they just give the facts, then it is boring. They have to play up the scare factor to boost their ratings.
The truth is Chernobyl was worse and now their is wildlife thriving around the plant. Not safe for humans yet, but not as bad as the way the media portrayed it at the time. Like it was going to be hundreds of years before anything could survive in the area.
Lots of serious issues to be resolved in Japan, but we will not have a nuclear holocast as the media and environmental extremists are running around trying to portray.
We have the technology to make new nuclear power plants exponentially safer, but nothing is 100%. More people will die in car accidents this year than those seriously affected healthwise, by the nuclear power plants in Japan.
It was some dude in England I believe, who said it best. " There is nothing to fear but fear itself". We have plenty to fear from the media.
A nuke plant coming to a neighborhood near you. Four nuclear meltdowns possible in Japan. Would be catastrophic to see how the whole island of Japan would be evacuated, and where would these millions go. Australian maybe?
There is a nuclear powerplant not that far from me. Not scared. More afraid of all the smokers that I work around. In fact you have a 400% chance of getting cancer and dying if you smoke and less than a 40% chance of getting cancer and dying if exposed to the levels of radiations seen by the survivors of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, according to one nuclear scientist.
by Doug Hughes 7 years ago
Rep. Tim Scott (R-SC)"The worst part of it would be that if you indeed confiscated all the earnings of every single American making $100,000 or more per year... it not plug the ginormous hole left be liberal overspending.."Scarey and comletely false. BTW, I found the quote online under...
by Susan Reid 9 years ago
Well, boys and girls, the highly controversial "indoctrination speech" to our nation's students is over.I admit I did not watch the full speech.But I have been following the coverage (CNN for those who care about sources).Here's what I saw. I saw the POTUS come right out and say that...
by paarsurrey 7 years ago
What about America?Japan’ attempts to avert a meltdown at one of its plants erode confidence in nuclear energy.China suspends all new nuclear plants Russia is building six new nuclear power plants and has plans for more. It also recently signed an agreement with Belarus to build one...
by Jill Kostowskie 4 years ago
What exactly will happen if the nuclear power plant completely fails in Japan?With the aftermath of the earthquake in Japan affecting the nuclear power plant, how will a nuclear meltdown affect the rest of the world, if at all? Can the nuclear radiation travel to other continents if in can...
by Barefootfae 5 years ago
http://www.theaustralian.com.au/news/fe … 6609140980I see more and more of these yet someone will get on here and tell me it's wrong.
by John Holden 7 years ago
Germany at least sees sense;-http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-13592208
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