When you put a pot on the hot plate on your stove and switch on the heat – do you not expect the pot to get hot?
When you add energy on the earth’s surface to what the sun and geothermal influences already provide would you not expect the earth respectively the atmosphere to get warmer?
Then why do scientists not consider this as a source of global warming?
Why do they concentrate on potential influences of some gases in the atmosphere while proposing to heat the earth to a much greater extent by adding heat through sources like nuclear fission or fusion which indubitably
add to earth’s heat balance? Read more
Categories: Climate, Economics, Economy, General, Nuclear Energy, Science
Biosphere, Climate Change, Energy Research, Energy Sources, Exponential Growth, Fission, Fusion, Future of Mankind, Futurology, Global Warming, Nuclear Power, Prognosis, Solar Constant, Terrestrial Equilibrium
… and hence in areas not yet evacuated though they should obviously have been. Read more…
Categories: America, Asia, Climate, Europe, General, Japan, Korea, Nuclear Energy, Radioactivity, United States of America
Caesium-134, Caesium-137, Evacuation, Farming, Fukushima, Gardening, Japan, Radiation Protection, Radioactive Caesium, Radioactive Rain, Radioactivity, Survival
Do you own a garden, a patch of land, a field where you plant, esp. for human food or animal feed? Then you should prepare against letting the radioactive fall-out from Japan into your soil, where it will remain and contaminate your plants and e.g. livestock for probably decades.
Here’s the advice I already gave to people back in 1986 after the Chernobyl incident … Read more…
Categories: America, Asia, Climate, Continents, Europe, General, Japan, Korea, Nuclear Energy, Radioactivity, United States of America
Dear politicians, there’s no alternative to forever turning our backs on nuclear energy and fast. Sure, the nuclear industry will protest vigorously and will see profits dwindle but they will survive without much problem – as opposed to many Japanese. It is but a question of time until another country will be hit as well – we should have understood that much by now. The so-called residual risk is not just unlikely nor is it negligible. And if you don’t rise to this sad occasion and get behind your people (a majority of whom never fancied nuclear power), then you will not only risk the health and livelihood of countless human beings but also your own and, above all, your power. Read more…
Categories: Climate, Commodities, Economics, General, Japan, Nuclear Energy, State, Statistics
Atomic Power, Danger, Electricity, Nuclear Accident, Nuclear Catastrophy, Nuclear Energy, Nuclear Power, Risk
Let’s assume you went to several stores and all of them are out of bottled water – what you can do to still lower the radiotoxicity from your drinking water by a simple trick that costs nothing.
Here is what you need to know and what you can do even if you can’t buy bottled water anymore to lower your or your child’s exposure to iodine radioactivity considerably.
Categories: General, Japan, Nuclear Energy, Radioactivity
Bottled Water, cancer, container, Decontamination, Dekontamination, Drinking Water, fall-out, food-grade, Fukushima, Iodine, iodine-137, Japan radiation, Jod-131, Radioactive Contamination, radioactive iodine, Radioaktivität, radioiodine, radiotoxicity, survival Tokyo, tap water, thyroid, Trinkwasser, Wasser, water bottle, Water Purification, water reserves, water scarcity
The nineteen-seventies were the hey-day of nuclear power. Almost every country, big or small, super-power or developing country, thought they should build as many atomic reactors as possible. And then, all of a sudden, or so it seems, most of these ambitious projects came to a screeching halt. Was it the Three Mile Island accident that caused it? Were people more opposed to nuclear energy than before? Not really.
Categories: Climate, General, Nuclear Energy
Atomic Energy, Atomic Power, Catastrophy, Chernobyl, Core Meltdown, Electricity, Harrisburg, Nuclear Energy, Nuclear Plant, Radioactivity, Three Mile Island