Which leaves us with the truth about the relative dangers of these forms of energy generation. As The Lancet has reported, nuclear generation kills far fewer people than the other major forms (and yes, this is true of hydro, solar and wind power as well). And even when nuclear suffers a terrible disaster like either Chernobyl or Fukushima, we find that the number of deaths is far lower than just the regular annual toll from coal burning in one country alone, those 1,600 a year just in the UK.
Saturday, December 28, 2013
We Should All Go Nuclear
According to Greenpeace, strangely enough, fossil energy is much more dangerous that nuclear even when you look at the accidents. Remember, 20,000 people died at Fukushima just because they lived too close to the coastline.