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Mittwoch, 16. März 2011

No to any nuclear power whatsoever.

I want you to spare a thought and a moment of silence for the victims of the Tsunami and the recklessness of man, i.e. nuclear power facilities. Those people died in vain. Greedy business men killed them, interpreting the open market in a way that does not satisfy the needs of the people but lets them develop ever new ones. These are satisfied by the market, to which energy providers belong as well.

I must not hate them, for the law of the universe will look after them. But it is difficult.

I hope the injured will survive, and the dead will find peace.


And I hope that earth will recover. In time, say 1.000 years (then radiation will be about half as strong).










I decisively say no to nuclear power.

Now there are many people laughing and mocking at me and pointing their fingers for that. Look at him, they say, he wants no nuclear power, but how shall we live without electricity? How shall he fare? He will die!

Maybe they are disppointed a bit by the fact that I am not dying witout a fridge, or a TV, or a personal computer.

I will substitute all my lighting in my home to LEDs. (there are four energy-saving light bulbs all in all in my flat). I will purchase a solar mat to drive my computer and the hifi.I will remove any standby function on any electric supplement I own or dispose of it if not possible. I will obstain from full baths, preferring a shower. I will heat my water on the oven, not the water boiler. I will look to achieve my heating by a stove, not a gas heating system. That will take time, because I can´t afford it, and homemade solutions are not legal in Germany.

Kommentare:

  1. Totally agree, these dam nuclear plants should never have been built.
    Unfortunately in the real world the bad guys do not always get what they deserve, they prosper and create more misery. But to dwell on these......people only raises one's stress levels.
    Bad enough that Japan's people are now paying the price, but I hope this thing does not threaten other countries. Otherwise it poses the question, should we have some say in what other countries do and where they do it?
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  2. I think personally that each country should have its own saying. But I believe in talk. Not in politics (anymore)

    And I think, nuclear power plants are a far higher risk to national security in any country than enemy images not quite different to the fear that the Marsians are landing.

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Now go on, discuss and rant and push my ego;-). As long as it´s a respectful message, every comment is welcome!

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