27. Mai 2015 von Sydney Polart ©
It’s more than unclear whether going or staying nuclear will solve anybody’s problems, but what should be clear is that, if just one right little thing goes wrong, the whole thing blows up. So as long as we use nuclear energy, it won’t take long and we’ll all be able to light up the dark just through our emanating selves.
Although this happens once in a while the technicians always act, as if it would have happened for the very first time, and meanwhile the politicians are talking fluff not to snub their employers from the boards of the economy branch.
When we handle such a potentially terrible and disastrous technology, such as nuclear power, it should be clear to all of us that we don’t get a second chance with this matter, as this technology won’t forgive us even the tiniest failure of man or machine.
So with nuclear technology we all dig our glamorous and shiny graves, but at least we emanate light right through our radiation rate. Lucky us, we won’t have it dark in our graves!
This shiny matter is a matter of technology assessment. But is it worth the risk?
In my modest opinion it is definitely not, because the ripple effects, the ramifications of even the most minuscule error will be definite to all of us being within a certain radius, and it could happen anytime, everywhere, to anyone of us.
Dr. Dr. Immanuel Fruhmann
alias I.G. Fruhmann
Y 8:8; Y 7:14