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Thread: Fukushima Continues to Spew its Darkness

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    Re: Fukushima Continues to Spew its Darkness

    Quote Originally Posted by sawyerloggingon View Post
    That is a side issue though, the point is "oil bad, nuke good" especially since the medias hero (Obama) is on record as being pro nuke anti oil.
    Actually, at no point did I mention Obama.
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    Re: Fukushima Continues to Spew its Darkness

    Quote Originally Posted by DaveFagan View Post
    I presume you felt your answer was an educated opinion derived from experts giving the MSM their most printable supportive comments and causing you to believe that the event was unavoidable. Simply not true and perhaps not your fault for relying on the Mainstream Media. Mainstream Media, by the way, is supported by advertising monies and tends to support the positions of its' large advertisers. You pay your experts by watching the MSM. Try shutting off your TV and seeking real news around the worldwide web.
    That has nothing to do with what I said.

    Wait, or did I-

    Nope, nothing.

    Meanwhile, I have to go meet my experts.
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    Re: Fukushima Continues to Spew its Darkness

    Quote Originally Posted by DaveFagan View Post
    Or alternatively, you can see the media control by Big Energy. Whether it is about wars for OIL or maintaining a monopolized distribution network for electricity. You know that solar is feasible, but the gov't doesn't promote it. Big Energy can buy levels of gov't and does. They want to maintain the status quo of big money, at any costs. It really doesn't matter if it is dangerous to the people because liability issues are just a bankruptcy away.
    Big Energy, Big Oil, Big Media, Big Money, along with Big Pharma, Big Sugar, Big Solar, Big Government and the every popular Big Deal.

    Please give us an org chart of which Big is controlling which other Big. It is so hard to keep track nowadays.

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    Re: Fukushima Continues to Spew its Darkness

    Quote Originally Posted by AliHajiSheik View Post
    Big Energy, Big Oil, Big Media, Big Money, along with Big Pharma, Big Sugar, Big Solar, Big Government and the every popular Big Deal.

    Please give us an org chart of which Big is controlling which other Big. It is so hard to keep track nowadays.
    Since we fight wars for OIL, then I presume Big Energy is numero uno. Then when you make really, really, BIG money you are required to become a bank to handle your finances, and that , of course, means you need to buy some big MEDIA to polish the turd you are becoming, and then you have to have a large supply of VALIUM to calm the populace ergo you buy BIG Pharma. Next get control of their food chain through Monsanto and make it illegal to sue Monsanto and all is well. Any other questions. No conspiracy here, just good business practices, eh?

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    Re: Fukushima Continues to Spew its Darkness

    Quote Originally Posted by Canell View Post
    That's fission energy for you - it's great till something goes wrong.
    Especially when you put a nuclear reactor on an island prone to devastating natural disasters. It's not like they needed the damned thing in the first place.
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    Re: Fukushima Continues to Spew its Darkness

    Quote Originally Posted by Surtr View Post
    Especially when you put a nuclear reactor on an island prone to devastating natural disasters. It's not like they needed the damned thing in the first place.

    An Island Nation without oil and natural gas deposits, so it has to plan outside the Nation for its' energy supplies. I understand the logic that led the Japanese into the NUKE Energy trap, but I don't understand how they can continue. Must be nearly as much Corporate control of Japanese gov't as in this country.

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    Re: Fukushima Continues to Spew its Darkness

    Quote Originally Posted by DaveFagan View Post
    An Island Nation without oil and natural gas deposits, so it has to plan outside the Nation for its' energy supplies. I understand the logic that led the Japanese into the NUKE Energy trap, but I don't understand how they can continue. Must be nearly as much Corporate control of Japanese gov't as in this country.
    They're surrounded by natural energy.
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    Re: Fukushima Continues to Spew its Darkness

    The Chernobyl disaster was a sizable contributing factor in the economic collapse of the U.S.S.R. Fukushima has the same economic devastation potential for Japan. Many people support nuclear energy over fossil fuels but I believe they overlook a very important aspect. When nuclear goes real bad it is far more devastating environmentally and economically then fossil fuels will ever likely to be. A massive scale nuclear disaster has the potential to render the entire earth unsafe. Some experts believe that a "worse case" scenario with Fukushima's remaining stored spent fuel rods could make the entire northern hemisphere unsafe for human habitation. While such accidents may be very unlikely why risk everything even on the slimiest chance?

    As you can tell I am against fusion reactors and believe all should be shut down. To me the potential harm outweighs the benefits. Humans are simply to irresponsible to harness such devastating potential.

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    Re: Fukushima Continues to Spew its Darkness

    Quote Originally Posted by Baralis View Post
    The Chernobyl disaster was a sizable contributing factor in the economic collapse of the U.S.S.R. Fukushima has the same economic devastation potential for Japan. Many people support nuclear energy over fossil fuels but I believe they overlook a very important aspect. When nuclear goes real bad it is far more devastating environmentally and economically then fossil fuels will ever likely to be. A massive scale nuclear disaster has the potential to render the entire earth unsafe. Some experts believe that a "worse case" scenario with Fukushima's remaining stored spent fuel rods could make the entire northern hemisphere unsafe for human habitation. While such accidents may be very unlikely why risk everything even on the slimiest chance?

    As you can tell I am against fusion reactors and believe all should be shut down. To me the potential harm outweighs the benefits. Humans are simply to irresponsible to harness such devastating potential.
    What do you say for places that do not have earthquakes?

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    Re: Fukushima Continues to Spew its Darkness

    Quote Originally Posted by 0bserver92 View Post
    What do you say for places that do not have earthquakes?

    There was no earthquake at Chernobyl and there was no earthquake at Three Mile Island and there were no earthquakes in the 9 nuclear reactor cores in the world's oceans as a result of those "super safe" nuclear submarines.

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