Nuclear energy is certainly dangerous. What I find interesting is if you ask a Ukrainian he\/she might mention something about a place called Chernobyl. (HBO did a great miniseries on it). That accident, again a plant designed and run by bureaucrats and incompetents had much more of an impact in Germany and the region than the events of Fukushima did. Its interesting that the Germans did not shut down their plants right after that. Wonder why? Well one of the reasons could be there was more money to make for the Media and the Gas lobby by pushing hysteria. \nI don't know, its an opinion based on some of the facts out there.\n\n\nLiving in Scandinavia at that time you could be sure we looked at fallout patterns.\n\n\nYou have the right to yours as well.\n\n\nThat is generous of you.\n\n\nEven if you think that an opinion that opposes your worldview is ignorant.\nI'll always fight for that right.\n\n\nThere is a difference between opinions based on facts about dangers of nuclear power, and dismissal of dangers because of "over reaction fanned by the Media and elements of the Natural Gas lobby in Germany and Russia." The first is rational while the second is not.