[ RadSafe ] True or False -

Ahmad Al-Ani ahmadalanimail at yahoo.com
Mon Feb 20 21:58:45 CST 2012

Not US only, actually anywhere that voters can be swayed. Democratic countries are "inherently" anti-nuclear for that reason.

"Japan decided to abandon its nuclear expansion plans, and high tech Germany launched a nuclear phase out programme- both of them backing renewables instead. So did Switzerland. Italy too backed off nuclear, thus joining Austria, Denmark, Ireland, Norway, Portugal and Greece as non-nuclear states"

The above and some public opinion polls can be found here http://tinyurl.com/88rogkl


On Tue, Feb 21, 2012 2:45 AM AST (Arabian) Cmtimmpe at aol.com wrote:

>I believe the majority of the public believe that nuclear reactors are  
>inherently save - the outcry after Fukushima was primarily from the known  
>anti-nuclear groups rather than people living around the nuclear plants.   
>Notwithstanding the accidents cited by Otto, there are only a small percent of  
>the population that shows major concerns about anything nuclear other than 
>the  bombs.  Unfortunately in the USA, the government has made it all too easy 
> for 'interveners' who are anti-nuclear anything to place major delays and  
>obstacles in the way of any nuclear project.  They certainly do not have a  
>majority of people behind them - just know how to work the system. 
>Thank  you,
>Christopher M. Timm,  PE
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