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    No matter how we would like to ignore it, nuclear experimentation is the most affronting problem in the world.  There are several regions which only 68 years in are no longer habitable.  Before three of the six 100 ton reactors at Fukushima went into meltthrough, it was the biggest operating nuclear experimentation facility in the world, now it is the most catastrophic disaster in the history of mankind, except for, perhaps the disaster that is our mind state that allowed and allows the global nuclear experiment.

    The institutions mankind has made are all disastrous and all exemplify the downfall of the mind.  The most powerful national institutions in the world are martial, forceful and combative.  Our institutions can destroy, invade, pollute and raid, but we cannot help each other.  Our institutions cannot avert disaster, they can only set it up and as in the case of Fukushima, bust out the duct tape and hoses upon the likely or inevitable postmodern doom.  

    All the most powerful nations in the world cannot help one of the most powerful nations in the world because they are only powerful because of their ability to wage war.  It is interesting and important to know how the language of the Fukushima disaster was controlled, it was constantly referred to as the worst nuclear experiment (most don't the word experiment for it is too accurate and language in reference to nuclear experimentation is moderately or extremely euphemistic) disaster "since Chernobyl.'  Anyone who took ten minutes to research Fukushima knew that it was the worst nuclear disaster ever eclipsing the Chernobyl disaster.       

    Nuclear experimentation has destroyed whole regions of the planet and altered the entire planet.  Next on the watch list of nuclear tragedies is the unfolding disaster in Hanford, Washington.  Deadly materials are currently leaking from storage tanks and could ignite sometime between now and the next few millennia. 

    Nuclear experimentation is the supreme catastrophe, the very real unleashed a Pandora of mythical and equally fiery proportions.  And if we do not change our mind state, our apathetic culture of separation, of bucket list celebration we will continue to kill ourselves.  However we can't see it, we can't even quantify it totally and as much as we do understand its dangers, it is all an experiment, we really don't understand it completely.  And yet it is amazing how we all act like we understand Earth Mother and nuclear experimentation, the same way we do weather cycles, when really we have no idea.

    When many talk of climate change caused by global pollution in the netherworld oligarchy people use reference points that are limited.  One cannot understand Earth Mother's cycles by referencing your life experience for at best one has limited information to base one's understandings on.  Many people who claim to understand global environmental climate change are ignorant of their ignorance.  The same goes for nuclear experimentation it is entirely too complicated to understand completely.  However the most important thing for people to consider, the most powerful information that might begin to get people to wake up and stand up for doing something about the institutions of their creation nuking the world is that their precious children are doomed, their very biological lineage is threatened by nuclear experimentation, that radioactive elements cause permanent mutations, biological deformity and infertility in offspring and death.

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About Ethan Indigo Smith:

Activist, author and Tai Chi teacher Ethan Indigo Smith was born on a farm in Maine and lived in Manhattan for a number of years before migrating west to Mendocino, California. Guided by a keen sense of integrity and humanity, Ethan's work is both deeply connected and extremely insightful, blending philosophy, politics, activism, spirituality, meditation and a unique sense of humor.

The events of September 11, 2001 inspired him to write his first book, The Complete Patriot's Guide to Oligarchical Collectivism, an insightful exploration of history, philosophy and contemporary politics. His more recent publications include:

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