Radiation: In the Glowing

Radiation and Mutations

Radiation and Sterility

Radiation and Cancer rates

 

America has detonated the most nuclear devices, but Russia’s Tsar 1964 detonation, not only was the biggest shockwave that was recorded to have gone twice around the world, but it demarked a line between the life born before 1964 and life after.

 

The lessons of history and literary art forms is that we always lack the wisdom to manage our technology

mostly because we do not seem to understand the human scale

Engineering Disaster Checklist:

  1. Design Flaw
  2. Maintenance
  3. Employee Training/ Workplace Culture Shortcuts
  4. Management’s Min Cost and Max Profits Mentality

 

Fukushima 50 – Wikipedia

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Nuking Nations and Nuclear Energy

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Atomic Energy vs Apathy

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Hiroshima: 71 Years Ago

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North Korea seeks relevance

A Better World: Leaderboard

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CanCon: Maple Syrup to Medical Isotopes

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How to make the world better: USA

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humans, can’t cope with not being the centre and putting their stamp on everything

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2 Responses to Radiation: In the Glowing

  1. swordwhale says:

    At least I’m seeing more solar panels and windmills around here in PA…

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    • dykewriter says:

      In BC, we have a huge wind turbine on Grouse Mountain, but it’s not connected to the grid. too many companies are about tax shelters than actually producing anything. if we got it together, solar in Africa could power the world with a Iceland geothermal boost.

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