Being an expert in the energy field, IMHO, and a MSME from Michigan, I had kind of ignored nuclear because I was in Hawaii, and there wasn't any nuclear there, at least for civilian power reactors. But when I really started studying nuclear, it had become clear that the industry and regulators had departed from any sense of responsible management, and sense of risk control.
Then when I
dove in deeper I found that nuclear was based on lies out of the gate,
and a whole system of lies that get trotted out to befuddle normal
It's a "sexy science" that draws people in and
enchants them, and gets them to ignore the risks, as that would make
their investment in time and education a waste, and it would strike at their ego, making them have to question whether they were a good person or not.
Then to see
the coverups and lies at Fukushima was truly astounding, and the lack of a
concerted approach to mitigate damages, also astounding. This at the same time that
solar was getting better by a so-called sea change every 2 years, putting nuclear at risk.
Nuclear is an incredibly dangerous and secretive industry, now spending
billions to "educate" people to ignore the risks and costs. You know what I mean by "education". The nuke
industry can generate for themselves $400B a year, so you know it is big
bucks, big motivation to keep the gravy train going no matter how old
On top of that and to make matters worse, nuclear is
just too expensive to shut down. Decommissioning was projected to
cost $300M on these plants, then the target fund was raised to $600M
which many plants have in reserve....but the real cost is going to
Its a very dangerous situation overall, especially
being all tied together through the military industrial complex. We
will be lucky if we live through this phase, even if we immediately
started phasing out nuclear.
And God forbid we have a Carrington
event or EMP, then we have Earth hurtling through space, like a suicide
bomber strapped with 440 nuclear power plants, that will melt down in a
major grid down scenario. Or their electronics will be fried, and same
A smartly executed strategic phase out, starting with the oldest Mark 1 GE reactors, and the non economic reactor based on current rate structures and new competition, is the way to go.
Let's go places, better places.
- Manifesto - Why Shut Them Down
- Radiation Removal
- Rad Prep Shelter in Place Checklist
- Uranium Aerosolized Into Atmosphere
- Videos, Fukshima Blew Up in a Prompt Criticality
- Gundersen Email / Theories
- Largest Lies of Nuke
- Baseline is Just One Of The Lies
- Hormesis Is a Lie
- Nuke Accidents 101
- Renewable Energy PV
- Carrington Event and Astronomy
- Rad Maps, Earthquakes, Nuke Bombs
- Chernobyl Documentary 500K
- Conversions / Safety Limits
- Pictures - High Quality
- Prepper/Survival Resources And Protection from Radiation
- List of Reactors