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Hello, atomic energy answer seekers!


Hi to everyone who is stumbling over my little blog here googling for nuclear power plants As you will see, this blog is not about forms of energy, or anti-nuclear activism. It’s about us living life a little differently, embracing … Continue reading

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Romantic hour


No matter where you are in Africa, power outages can be quite common. The good thing is that everybody is prepared for them, such that hospitals and other places where electricity is vital, have fuel emergency generators. I remember some … Continue reading

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Fukushima – And what does this have to do with me?


This is in fact a question you might want to ask yourself. I did, and in the process came to my standpoint opposing the use of nuclear power. First of all, let’s state some facts about the person who is … Continue reading

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Voluntary switch-off


In the light of recent events read the latest news here for example: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-12723092 A reactor in the nuclear power plant of Fukushima is close to nuclear meltdown (Fukushima-Daiichi or Daini, we don’t know yet). As of now, experts aren’t … Continue reading

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