Wednesday, 27 March 2013

Chernobyl: 148,029 Days

The countdown clock on the mirror tells the story. Provided the people stay away from Chernobyl for 148,029 days (400 years or 20 generations) they will be ok. Of course, there could be other explosions or releases of radiation during the next 400 years, in which case the clock will have to be reset. The collapse of a large section of roof due to the weight of snow lying on it was not in a section of the building where radioactive materials were present, we were recently informed. The clock says nothing about the damage to people's DNA. That's another matter. The WHO will never report on this aspect of the nuclear accident as it really should because by law it works hand in glove with the IAEA, the promoter of nuclear energy. The same rule applies in Fukushima. It is not easy to find out the truth. You have to look to non-aligned agencies. You have to do your own research. Sadly that's the way it is.

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