by Crazy Horse
Sun Jun 12th, 2011 at 10:03:44 AM EST
Coupla weeks since we turned to the disaster in Japan. Being good media children.
Spin's in overdrive. CEO of Germany's biggest energy "whatever" calls Frau Merkel an "eco-dictator." Nuclear Plants are virtually carbon free. And economically viable.
"Melt through" sounds so much more benign than your average "meltdown," though experts tell us its worse. the scarcity of facts scares me the most.
Perhaps this is the place to begin another debate on nuclear power?
frontpaged - Nomad
You'll notice i haven't included any photos. They're really horrible, especially when you realize they're invisibly moving.
The Union of Sub-Surface Water Tables has lodged a complaint with the Japanese Ministry of Sub-Surface Water Management, who responded, we're busy, we'll get back to you.
The Association of Ocean Creatures has so far been unable to organize a response, as they're still in shock.
The Society of Farmers of Northern Japan has remained meek and subservient, as they should, not wishing to bring dishonor to anyone.
The Rational Students of a Golden Fission Energy Future have begun their offensive operations, and i do mean offensive.
(Ok, i can't go on with such personal drivel. I would like to see some debate and perspective on the upshot from Fukushima, along with a space for news and science updates. So ET can not be accused of letting the story drop.)
[editor's note, by Migeru] Japan disaster threads: