Japan plans to evacuate.

Japan plans to evacuate.

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Since: Jan 12

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#1 Jul 6, 2012
Lessons to learn from the Fukushima nuclear power plant disaster?, ban nuclear power plants around the world, and don't build nuclear power plants in fault line zones either.
The amount of human live's that could be lost is not worth it.

http://www.eutimes.net/2012/04/russia-stunned...
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Netherlands

#2 Jul 6, 2012
Yes, this is very sad, I like Japanese people and cannot believe that Nuclear power is being continued. I hear they have started up some reactors in Japan in the face of protest.

Germany shut down all its reactors but have started some up as well.

There are thousands of nuclear plants all over the world, and there are frequent reports from the USA of problems and leaks from theirs.

rense.com is a website that has alot of links to the issue of Fukushima.

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Since: Jun 12

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#3 Jul 6, 2012
If there were affordable alternatives that were easy to switch to probably no one would use nuclear, but there isn't.
Nuclear generated power is the future.
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Norrköping, Sweden

#4 Jul 6, 2012
_0rion_ wrote:
If there were affordable alternatives that were easy to switch to probably no one would use nuclear, but there isn't.
Nuclear generated power is the future.
The Nuclear reactors in Japan were off for 1 year with no adverse effects.

It's simply not necessary and is criminal to continue operating them.

Perhaps it's a form of population control.

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#5 Jul 6, 2012
_0rion_ wrote:
If there were affordable alternatives that were easy to switch to probably no one would use nuclear, but there isn't.
Nuclear generated power is the future.
Evacuate 40 million people and losing a country is a lot more expensive then switching to a different power source.
Not to mention the amount of live's lost in the same process.
Fooha

Brisbane, Australia

#6 Jul 6, 2012
If there was enough research into ways to neutralise spent fuel rods as there is research into making weapons of mass destruction , I have no doubt that a solution could be found in a reasonable amount of time.
on the other hand

Australia

#7 Jul 6, 2012
_0rion_ wrote:
If there were affordable alternatives that were easy to switch to probably no one would use nuclear, but there isn't.
Nuclear generated power is the future.
Yes it's called the Sun.
Forget about nuclear reactors being affordable that's a joke. 13 billion to build one and 10 Billion to tear one down.
Fooha

Brisbane, Australia

#8 Jul 6, 2012
There is billions$$$$$ on offer from the federal government for investment into viable alternative energy .....so what are the voters doing ?....buying more newspapers so they can get their instructions on "how to whinge about the carbon tax" !!!!!!....there are those who do things and there are those who just wimper and whinge.....

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#9 Jul 6, 2012
Fooha wrote:
If there was enough research into ways to neutralise spent fuel rods as there is research into making weapons of mass destruction , I have no doubt that a solution could be found in a reasonable amount of time.
Major problem is, what happens if there's another earthquake? it will cripple the power plant even more then what it already is, unlike lighting, Earthquakes do strike twice, it's only a matter of time.
on the other hand

Australia

#10 Jul 6, 2012
"the solar energy hitting the earth exceeds the total energy consumed by humanity by a factor of over 20,000 times"
http://www.ecoworld.com/energy-fuels/how-much...

12.2 trillion watt-hours per square mile per year. Surely we are a clever enough bunch to tap into that.
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Eslöv, Sweden

#11 Jul 6, 2012
The greed of the international bankers is killing the planet.

They are sick individuals and need to be stopped.

How? Well if you have any ideas post below.

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#12 Jul 6, 2012
on the other hand wrote:
"the solar energy hitting the earth exceeds the total energy consumed by humanity by a factor of over 20,000 times"
http://www.ecoworld.com/energy-fuels/how-much...
12.2 trillion watt-hours per square mile per year. Surely we are a clever enough bunch to tap into that.
As alway's, it's the hard way of learning in life, it takes a scale of this size of a disaster to go either, coal, gas, or solar and wind power to generate electricity, rather than nuclear power stations.
MalbarCACA Pest Contoller

Greenford, UK

#13 Jul 6, 2012
Good Ideas wrote:
The greed of the international bankers is killing the planet.
They are sick individuals and need to be stopped.
How? Well if you have any ideas post below.
Ask the Gnomes of Zürich.
FIooha

Australia

#14 Jul 6, 2012
Good Ideas wrote:
The greed of the international bankers is killing the planet.
They are sick individuals and need to be stopped.
How? Well if you have any ideas post below.
When Wall St goes down again , it will take the banking sector with it. Some banks will survive , but with far less power and influence...The local credit union or building society is a far better proposition anyway........yeah its basic greed and nothing more.

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Since: Jun 12

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#15 Jul 6, 2012
on the other hand wrote:
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Yes it's called the Sun.
Forget about nuclear reactors being affordable that's a joke. 13 billion to build one and 10 Billion to tear one down.
Setting up solar to do the same job as nuclear would be a lot more expensive.
Then there's still storage problems etc. etc..

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#16 Jul 7, 2012
_0rion_ wrote:
<quoted text>
Setting up solar to do the same job as nuclear would be a lot more expensive.
Then there's still storage problems etc. etc..
Orion, do you understand the gravity of the situation Japan is facing?, do you even know how radiation kill's people?
And as for storage problems as you pointed out before, and about the money, what about the possible loss of a country.

http://www.japantimes.co.jp/text/nn20120312f1...
http://japandailypress.com/fukushima-town-may...
True Israelite

Sydney, Australia

#17 Jul 7, 2012
RYOKI wrote:
Lessons to learn from the Fukushima nuclear power plant disaster?, ban nuclear power plants around the world, and don't build nuclear power plants in fault line zones either.
The amount of human live's that could be lost is not worth it.
http://www.eutimes.net/2012/04/russia-stunned...
Nope, i dont agree.
We can build nuclear power plants here in Australia because we arent anywhere near any major techtonic fault lines.
Instead of selling our uranium and coal to countries like india and china we should be using it ourselves. Fcuk india and china.

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#18 Jul 7, 2012
RYOKI wrote:
Orion, do you understand the gravity of the situation Japan is facing?, do you even know how radiation kill's people?
Yes & Yes.
I've worked with cesium & americium before & understand the dangers.

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RYOKI wrote:
And as for storage problems as you pointed out before, and about the money, what about the possible loss of a country.
It's possible, so's an asteroid impact.
The radiation disaster at Fukushima was started by the earthquake & tsunami.
The majority of the problems are man made according to the most recent report.

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#19 Jul 7, 2012
RYOKI - this might interest you

Was Fukushima man made?
http://www.henrymakow.com/theargumentfukushim...

Also, notice that the Zionists live by the edicts of the Talmud, one verse in the Talmud is:

Abodah Zara 26b: "Even the best of the Gentiles should be killed."

I believe they are killing the best of the non-Jews, that would be Japanese and Whites through mass immigration.

Since: Jun 12

Brisbane, Australia

#20 Jul 7, 2012
Fooha wrote:
There is billions$$$$$ on offer from the federal government for investment into viable alternative energy .....so what are the voters doing ?....buying more newspapers so they can get their instructions on "how to whinge about the carbon tax" !!!!!!....there are those who do things and there are those who just wimper and whinge.....
Government doesn't want viable alternatives - they want to appease lobby groups who blow happy smoke up their @ss.

The answer is Thorium. Solar is useless.

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