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Ahmadinejad, Wake Up!

Posted by on Apr 3, 2011 in Ecology | 6 comments

Ahmadinejad, Wake Up!

Nuclear power was sold to us, the public, as the solution to the energy hunger of the world. The responsible people forgot to tell us, that nuclear power, just as nuclear weapons, are highly dangerous. The accidents in the Fukushima Nuclear Power РFNP (1) plants in Japan, should always remind us human beings, that nature is not be be reckoned with. All three contiengecy plans at 3 nuclear power plants failed. At the same time! A earthquake, with or without following Tsunami (2), can...

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Haiti and the TOTEM System

Posted by on Nov 19, 2010 in Sustainability | 4 comments

Haiti and the TOTEM System

The Caribbeans are supposed to be an idyllic archipelago west of Central America. Except it is in the way of Hurricanes, under which the people suffer season after season. In January of this year Haiti was hit by a terrible Earthquake. An estimated 230.000 people died and 300.000 were injured. About 1.000.000 people became homeless. Not enough with this, in February the flood came and worsened the already tense situation. Although the world reacted quite fast and came to help, something went...

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