What we learned about Fukushima and Tjernobyl?
January 10, 2014
The Nuclear energy is very nice, clean and strong and beneficial when its functioning without any accidents.
but when the accident happens, the acute situation and the aftermaths are overwhelming difficult to handle.
The mankind has lived tens of thousands of years here on the Earth and the Globe has flourished well during thousands, even millions of years.
Now, at once, our generation has find the nuclear energy and all kind of new energies and all the globe is suffering for apparent robust changings, one should ask if this all really could be caused by a human being and her clever brain. It really seems to be so. We know how deadly the space outside our Globe is to the mankind. Our Globe and our atmosphere and the fresh water form the only environment, the incubator, where the mankind can live and flourish as it does. The universum round us is an enormous, truely beauty, but kills them who want to leave The Globe for ever.
And everything which has something with nuclear reaction to do, is not absolutely totally controlled by human beings. There is always the possibility to happenings, which are out of control. E.g. if someone begins with the fusion of sea waters, so at once we have the apocalyptical factum before our eyes. The sea is no more.
And what about the nuclear weapon. One intercontinental missile with nuclear warhead can cause radiation sickeness to people many hundreds of kilometers faraway from the impact point. Without going into shelter people could die because of the radioactive cloud even 150 km from the impact point in a couple of days after getting their 6 Sieverts.
Acute catastrophe caused by a nuclear weapon could be enormous and – of cause there should be not only one missile – it only should start a chain of retaliations, a nuclear war, of cause. That could annihilate our world, the mankind, and our burn our atmosphere.
If there is an accident in a normal nuclear plant- as in Fukushima, the difference in the natural catastrophe and disaster is big, compared to deliberate nuclear weapon usage:
Everybody wanted to prevent failures and damages and injuries so much as possible. But The Japanese people even reduced the usage of all nuclear energy for a long time in their country after the disaster, and they really reevaluated the benefits of the nuclear energy.