Same here. I used to be pro-nuclear and would still like to be, but Fukushima really drove home the point that, even with good engineering and even if everything were done right, this is a fundamentally fragile technology. Back to the drawing board.
Originally Posted by Doc1
The most intelligent people seem capable of holding schizophrenic beliefs, or disregarding plain facts, of evading serious questions with debating-society repartees, or swallowing baseless rumours and of looking on indifferently while history is falsified. All these mental vices spring ultimately from the nationalistic habit of mind, which is itself, I suppose, the product of fear and of the ghastly emptiness of machine civilization.