On 16th July 1945, 69 years ago, the United States Army set off the Trinity detonation in New Mexico, the beginning of the infamous Manhattan Project.
69 years later, nuclear experimentation has proven to be a failed experiment at every step, and the inextricable nuclear fuel and nuclear war cycles to be a deadly chain of meltdowns, bombings and denials. And still nuclear experimentation industrialists tout the 'safety' and 'cleanliness' of nuclear energy, when the facts of its commercial and wartime destruction tell us nothing could be farther from the truth.
In reality, the same destructive energy that powers one, powers the other. Nothing on our planet is more deadly and volatile than nuclear. The entropy caused by nuclear experimentation of both kinds permeates the elements and rattles all life at an atomic level, negatively altering our biological heritage, our land, and our health -- everything we value.
Meanwhile, alternative energy technologies are systematically suppressed while the threat of nuclear warfare continues to escalate -- both for the benefit of the oligarchy.
Nuclear experimentation risks our very biology and benefits only those making money from it. It is not the will of the masses, for the masses. It is oligarchical fascism at its worst; environmental gambling in the most extreme manner imaginable, using our lives and planet as collateral. But it is not unique in this way; all energy systems of our oligarchical society mine, refine and distribute deadly concoctions to financially benefit a select few, at the cost of the entirety.
In reality, there is very little difference in the operations of petrolithic and nuclear institutions; only that the nuclear experiment has proven to be more immediately deadly and destructive. Nuclear uranium pits are similar to petroleum drilling and fracking (mining using dangerous chemical to displace natural gas, destroying water tables and causing earthquakes) and their modes of refining delivery are all hazardous experiments which risk the lives of many.
This risk is so severe that perhaps nuclear experimentation supersedes the importance of every other societal predicament we face today. It is potentially more deadly than war, and more immediate than our environmental problems. One meltdown and".Failing Energy Systems
It is not so much of a stretch to say that the world's oligarchical energy systems of the worst set of social institutions, anywhere, ever.
The latest fracking trend, the public's resentment of it, and the institutional clamp down on even speaking on its dangerous potentials without legal repercussions, really illustrates the nature of the relationship between oligarchical institutions and people they rule. The oligarchy proposed a dangerous energy system and, when opposed, distorted the science, threatened anyone who questioned it, and went about their dangerous business.[www.ca.news.yahoo.com].
The same secretive and distorted presentation is typical of the nuclear experimentation industry too, only more intensely, being also tangled with the military industrial complex.
Over 3 years since its initial meltdown, the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear infrastructure is still degrading and the radiation still spreading. Little has changed there, and there is little being done. The nuclear nations and corporations of the world have not actively united to diffuse the apocalyptic threat that is the six reactor facility of Fukushima One (there is a second Fukushima nuclear experimentation facility nearby). The effect has not diminished; all that has changed is that we have learned more about this catastrophe, despite the efforts of government and media institutions.
From Day 1, the majority of the world's nuclear institutions have remained silent and downplayed the environmental catastrophe -- designed by GE, sponsored by the USA, run by TEPCO, propped up by the Japanese government and staffed with unlucky Yakuza contractors. [www.youtube.com/watch]. In fact the Japanese government even introduced new laws stifling the freedoms of media and public to speak on the matter, deceitfully luring the majority of the world into a confused and apathetic non-response, for maintenance of the status quo, mostly.
It appears the nuclear industry is considered too big to fail. In reality, it is too dangerous to continue.