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August 20, 2012

Dirty Energy (what have we learned from Fukushima nuclear accident?)

Nuclear Power is dirty energy, Nuclear Power is dirty energy
It generates radioactive wastes as we use it
Nuclear Power is dirty energy
Radioactivity stays active for tens of thousands of years
What else we can do other than burying radioactive wastes underground sites

Nuclear Power is dirty energy so no one likes radioactive wastes nearby
We tentatively store them as we cannot find where to bury them
We tentatively store them for years and years at just next to the nuclear reactors
What else we can do if earthquakes hit? (and we've already got)

CO2 can be turned into Oxygen as more trees grow
But Nuclear Power is dirty energy
Radioactivity stays active for tens of thousands of years
There may be no human race after tens of thousands of years passed
Therefore saying "I take responsibilities on nuclear" means You are a lier
Don't be fooled by what Brand says


(you can make a song with this freely) 

 

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