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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 – FNP (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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Earthquakes, Tsunamis and other Calamities

Posted by on Mar 11, 2011 in Ecology | 1 comment

Earthquakes, Tsunamis and other Calamities

On the 11. 0f March 2011 a earthquake, or rather a sea quake, with the magnitude of 8.9 on the Richter scale happened east of Japan in the Pacific ocean. It was the worst ever recorded or remembered in Japans long history of earthquakes. It caused a Tsunami, which swept the country. Although about 500 bodies were found, Japan must be considered lucky, the loss of life counts only in the hundreds and not in the hundred of thousands as in the Tsunami of 26. December 2004 (2) in the Indian...

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