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Gambling with People’s Lives – The Perfect Crime?

Gambling with People’s Lives – The Perfect Crime?

Posted by ponderwell in Front Page, Fukushima, News Feed, Public Health

The terrible things that are done in the name of pragmatism. As japanese citizens are moved back into contaminated areas with radiation levels at the top limit of what an EU nuclear worker would be allowed in terms of exposure the health cost to Japan will rise. This is not unknown. The most vulnerable will be children and fetuses, then women. This is not unknown. An actual EU nuclear worker would not be allowed to work forever at this level of exposure. This is also not unknown. Yet is is happening anyway, just as the radioactive plume of contamination is still to some extent being treated as if it were plotted with a compass, evenly. When in reality there are areas within the evacuation zone that are safer than areas outside it. This too is not unknown. What does that say about the nuclear industry, or the human race’s capacity for denial or cupidity? This is worse than the “perfect crime.” This is an unspeakable act of barbarism.

18 Apr 2014 no comments

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