Wednesday, 16 March 2011

Reactors were designed for submarines!

Nuclear industry yes-men are currently being trotted out to pacify the world via the world's radio and TV stations.

These people, squirming and shambling, are in obvious denial.

A few others are telling the truth. But the question is: Where can they tell it from?

One voice crying in the wilderness is that of Prof. Walt Patterson whose interview I was fortunately able to see on the Russian television station RT. He told me that the reactors were designed for submarines. He told me that the nuclear energy industry's track record is not good. He told me that there were, and are, safety problems. He told me that the reactors are expensive and unreliable. He told me that a reactor could "lose" 1,000 megawatts in 2 minutes. And he told me many other things that made my hair stand on end.

So here are two questions:

Why has the USA not ordered a single nuclear reactor since 1978?

Why has the USA cancelled all reactors ordered since 1974?

EU, including UK, please take note!

Keep checking:
below at the post ALMOST GAME OVER or with the RT link above rt.


  1. Glad you enjoyed my Dad's interview on Russia Today. If you're interested in reading more of his work you can download a lot of his writing, including 4 full length books, letters, reviews, feature articles, etc at his website - all downloads are free, and he keeps the site updated with his more recent working papers as well.

  2. Thank you Tabby. I'll have a look at his website. He's a most interesting and perceptive man. You are lucky to have him for your dad.


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