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Containment : A Film Review


Just this past week the Hinckley Point, Somerset, Nuclear reactor was given the go-ahead on behalf of the United Kingdom population, by Theresa May, Prime Minister, following a false standoff with Chinese and French providers since her elevation internally by a group of her party seeing her fit to govern us, a new found ability to take decisions. 1,648 more words


Nuclear Power, Shaving Cream, and Magnets

By Mike Cronin

Q: How is the nuclear power industry like shaving cream?

A: We’ll get to the answer in a moment, but a little background is in order. 935 more words


Sweep that radiation under the carpet!

It’s over 5 years since the devastation of the Tohoku earthquake and tusnami.  The magnitude 9 earthquake  off the Pacific coast of the region shook north eastern Japan and took many lives, the surge of sea water which followed was a harrowing spectacle to behold. 126 more words


Nuclear & Fracking: No-one has died

Paul Dainton, an anti-pollution campaigner in Wakefield, opposes fracking and intensive power generation because he believes that it will only lead to pollution and catastrophe. He has argued that regulation is no real protection for people pr the environment. 329 more words

Climate Change

Even the Robots Are Dead

It appears that even robots sent into the Dead Zone at Fukishima have a limited life expectancy, in the vicinity of three hours. Seeking more detailed information about longterm biological/genetic effects of the accident on humans and other life forms, we came across a fascinating interview with Koide Hiroaki, a nuclear engineer who for has argued tirelessly for the abolition of all nuclear power plants in Japan, and elsewhere. 46 more words


#Fukushima + #Robots = Death

By @anarchyroll

Robots aren’t radiation proof? Who woulda thunk it? Are humans radiation proof?

I guess we all think we are invisible until death touches our lives in some way. 249 more words