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On 11 March 2011, one of the most powerful earthquakes on record hit north-east Japan. The resulting tsunami killed almost 20,000 people, and caused a meltdown at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant. In this special report, the most serious nuclear crisis since Chernobyl. NewScience Magazine
Why should we be concerned at what happened thousands of miles away from our homes? Because Radiation and Nuclear wastes from the accident are washing up on our shores and have contaminated the Oceans of the world.
So, why are we still screwing around with nuclear power?
Fracking shattering the core of the earth! Contamination of our ground water.
Fossel fuels and the war of the nations. He who has the biggest STRAW wins!
In the pursuit to be God, man will destroy this world. In the words quoted from the Bhagavad-Gita by Robert Oppeheimer, the creator of the Nuclear Bomb called the Trinity.
"...I have become death the destoryers of Worlds"
Why should we care?
Because in 20-30 years our children will suffer the consequesnces of our inaction and ignorance.
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