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after Fukushima disaster

Since Fukushima nuclear disaster, anti-nuke movements are enthusiastically encouraged by more and more people. Not only famous people in humane subjects such as Murakami Haruki, Kenzaburou Ooe but also natural scientists including physicists in atomic energy are supporting the movements. Famous advocates of nuclear power are Shintarou Ishihara, Nobuo Ikeda, Kazuyo Katsuma, etc. They insist: low cost of nuclear power generation, stable supply of electricity, etc. I think many of them are people of rational thinking. Maybe to most Japanese bureaucrats Japan without nuclear power is unthinkable. Anti-nukes express various kinds of objections alongside pro-nuke opinions. Costs of nuclear power generation are actually expensive: disposing costs of nuclear waste, safety costs and compensation costs for damaged people. Gas can produce more stable supply of electricity than nuclear power. As for energy supply, I myself think there is nothing but atomic energy we can rely on. I agree with pro-nukes. Possibly the most crucial matter is safety.
We now know that the government and the electric power industry have appealed a fake safety of nuclear energy by mobilizing many scholars and politicians. They gave money to the supporters and asked them to claim nuclear energy is safe. They also donated money to local governments and got permission to build nuclear power plants in the places.
On the internet, there are floods of comments from those who sold their souls to the government or the power industry and continued to insist on the safety of nuclear power. I don’t know who are honest or who are betrayers. I don’t know how much cesium man can bear, 100 msv or 1000 msv. Some said man can drink plutonium.
In the history of nuclear energy development in Japan, there were many accidents and media revealed nasty cover-ups by those concerned each time.
An electric company held several times a fake conference for hearing opinions from local people over building a nuclear power plant. Supposed local people turned out to be employees of the company.
Nuclear disaster can cause an irreparable damage. Nuclear energy should be treated by clean hands. Our distrust of people and organizations engaged in the current operation of nuclear power has culminated. Support from the public is indispensable in handling nuclear power. This is a good chance to decide whether or not we should live with nuclear energy by referendum. It is we that should determine our own fate.

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