Wednesday, June 13, 2012


I do thank you for the time you took to reply. First I am very happy that for the most part I feel people working in the nuke field are good people and try to be as safe as possible, and that is good. But you are operating under a false premise. Read Dr. John Gofman.
The list of problems with nuclear are as long as my arm. I don’t have time to waste any longer with people who will not look at the facts. I will just say; ask my fellow native brothers of the Dine tribe of Az what the effects of uranium mining was on their people? Ask the people who build houses in Simi Valley CA after the nuclear disaster there and covered up for 20yrs, ask the people of 3 Mile Island and Chernobyl & Fukuashima Japan. Look at how many areas of the world where nuclear testing has been done and are off limits to humans.
My God man look at history, nature can and has undone anything man as been able to do. When one of those rockets going into space has an accident, humans will see the real problems with this technology.
It is very simple we should be making the world a better and safer place for our children and grandchildren to come, not making and storing dangerous and highly radioactive waste for 300,000 yrs for them to deal with, thinking that at some point we will find a way to deal with it and clean it up, just for our convenience at this point in time.
While it is clear that you have the nuclear blinders on and you want to think of yourself as right and that you have done the right thing for 33 yrs. People who think like this are the problem. History will judge us all for our actions.

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