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The World Must Stop Making Radioactive Trash

It’s such a simple idea  – so simple that our clever experts, politicians, academics, media can’t grasp it.

With religious fervour, the nuclear lobby tells us there’s nothing to worry about, as with the help of God, our descendants will cope with the toxic radioactive mess that nuclear activities are building up around the world.

Simple people think – “It would be best to bury deeply the toxic wastes that now exist, and to stop making any more”.

And they are right.

It’s like climate change –   do all the smart people think that their own children and grandchildren will thank them for making money, while pretending that they have no responsibility about this?


August 29, 2018 - Posted by | Christina's themes


  1. Blah blah blah. News crapola and rehash. Read twitter. Cecalli helper twitter. Read majias blog for insightful commentary and fresh insights on Fukushima and Nuclear. Rehashing jouranilst crud and stulted- censored info from selfcensoring science types goes nowhere. Too bad Fukushima Diary is gone.

    Comment by Gloria | September 12, 2018 | Reply

    • Sorry that you feel this way, Gloria. I’m just trying to get the word out. Indeed Majia’s Blog is original and valuable. On our site, arclight2011 provides original and incisive articles, and dunrenard makes valuable contributions. Yes, I do rehash journalists’ info. Many reputable journalists on mainstream media write valuable articles, and have the extra benefit of being properly fact-checked. Many others just trot out “safe” corporate-blessed news. I believe that it’s important to get the facts out.

      And I also believe that the message about this truly evil nuclear industry should be repeated and spread often. I am surprised that you put this critical comment on one of my own literary masterpieces – I thought that this post of mine was original and clear – and spread a very necessary message – one that we don’t hear often enough.”The World Must Stop Making Radioactive Trash”

      Comment by Christina MacPherson | September 13, 2018 | Reply

  2. The group bis, conformational bias, and normacly bias’s can and, do effect youu too Macpherson. Do not forget that. Things are getting past the point of no return. Too bad for you and your family. Too bad for life on earth.

    Comment by Gloria | September 13, 2018 | Reply

    • I’m not sure what you mean when you write about the “group bias and conformational bis” affecting me. I think that the “normalcy bias” must mean that we are living now in very abnormal times – climate, pollution, overconsumption, nuclear nightmare – a dire situation? I certainly get that bit – i.e. people writing and behaving as if everything is OK, really – – normal.

      Comment by Christina MacPherson | September 13, 2018 | Reply

      • Chris Busby just had his house raided because he is an antinuclear advocate. How normal is that in.supposedly free societies? Billions of people were exposed to the most radioactive radionuclides on earth since the late 1930s and it is getting worse. How normal is that? My hard-drive was wiped-out the other day after I visited an antinuclear site. How normal is that.

        Too many of the articles you publish here diddle around with health physics nonsense, health physics is group bias propaganda invented by the nucleoapes to cover for the icredible toxicity of radionuclides. Health physics is the worst type of propaganda and group bias.
        The so-called science types that are beholden to crooked governments, crooked corporations that are vested nuclearist-militarey complexes encourage a conformational bias of the old healthphysics group bias and false narrative. Applies to journalists too

        Comment by Gloria | September 13, 2018

      • Ah, now I get it. Thank you, Gloria. I am aware of that raid on Busby’s house, and I will be posting about that tomorrow. (Today I am supposedly having a nuclear-free computer-free day Ha ha.) I saw about Busby on Sean Arclight’s Facebook, and I was very angry about this continued persecution of Dr Busby.

        I do understand about the science types beholden as you so eloquently put it. As for journalists – well, I can tell you that here in Australia, journalists mostly toe the government-corporate-nuclear line or they lose their jobs. On nuclear issues, journalists in this country mostly just publish direct handouts from the nuclear industry. Those who actually know something sometimes venture to publish something questioning the industry – but most often, they find it safer to just shut up. I just find what news I can.

        Comment by Christina MacPherson | September 13, 2018

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