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Don’t let the nuclear industry do the ‘education’ on nuclear matters: theme for February 19

Would you go to British Tobacco for education on how to have healthy lungs?

Would you trust the Sugar Industry for education on healthy teeth?

So why on earth are we letting the nuclear industry run the education on the most important aspects of nuclear power – the ones that affect humans, all species, and the environment?

The nuclear experts are big on their technical stuff, how to build a new reactor etc, (but very quiet on how to get rid of its radioactive trash)

But don’t let them be the education authorities on ionising radiation – a cause of cancer, birth defects, genetic effects, environmental effects.

Don’t let them be the education authorities on dealing with climate change.

Don’t let them be the education authorities on prevention of war.

Don’t let them be the education authorities on the supposed economic benefits of nuclear power.

Above all, don’t let the nuclear industry control education about HISTORY –  about the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, atomic testing, about Urals disaster 1957, Mayak, Three Mile Island, Church Rock, Chernobyl, Fukushima…….

And don’t let them get at our kids with their propaganda.

 

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February 9, 2019 - Posted by | Christina's themes

5 Comments »

  1. “Will your next hard disk be made of a uranium compound?
    A team of scientists has discovered the first robust example of a new type of magnet — one that holds promise for enhancing the performance of data storage technologies: a “singlet-based” magnet made of the antiferromagnetic dipnictide USb2.
    > View: NYU release Feb. 7, 2019 [external link]
    > View/Download: High temperature singlet-based magnetism from Hund’s rule correlations [external link] , by L. Miao, R. Basak, S. Ran, et al., in: Nature Communications (2019)10:644

    > See also: High-density hard disks with depleted uranium? ”

    http://wise-uranium.org/dviss.html#USB2

    I’ve been seeing a bit about “recycling” or “repurposing” radioactive materials lately. Reminds me of the in-silico (make s@#$ up!) studies that reporpuse diabetes drugs, opiates, etc for like, brain cancer.

    Comment by Frank Labuschagne | February 10, 2019 | Reply

  2. https://www.opednews.com/articles/A-Response-to-Sen-Markey-by-Sheila-Parks-Ed-D-Congress_Energy_Environment_Health-190208-820.html

    Congresspeople in America are oblivious to the insanity of nuclear power and nuclear weapons

    Comment by Sheila Parks | February 10, 2019 | Reply

  3. Ah well, I’m reminded of why ENEnews disappeared.

    Comment by Frank Labuschagne | February 10, 2019 | Reply

    • I don’t understand. What is the connection?

      Comment by Christina MacPherson | February 10, 2019 | Reply

      • This is as good as it gets for information about world nuclear madness. No one is paid to do it. Than you to Beyond Nuclear. Thank you to GreenPeace. Thank you to the Green parties in Austria, England, America, Australia, Germany , France who have fought so hard to close down reactors so that more Fukushimas from happening. They have fought for 50 years. Thanks to them for keeping nuclear waste from being dumped on all of us by our governments . Thanks for helping to keep so much nuclear waste directly out of our communities and close to our homes so that many of our children, can have some chance of living for a while.

        Comment by Ken R | February 14, 2019


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