Tuesday, March 15, 2011


We are certainly capable of building an earthquake-proof, tsunami-proof, bomb-proof nuclear power plant.  Much in the same way, we have the technological capacity to feed everyone in the world.  The fact is that we will not do these things and we will suffer the consequences.  Repeatedly.  We will suffer them until we decide that nuclear power is not worth the risk involved.  The human cost of the natural disaster in Japan is heartbreaking, but the developing nuclear disaster is a tragedy in the true sense.  It is a disaster caused by human nature.

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