Ramesh T A

Freshman - 585 Points (28th August 1950 / Madurai, Tamil Nadu, India)

A NUCLEAR DANGER FREE WORLD DREAM!


Future of power generation is not in nuclearisation only
To achieve energy security with pollution free facility.
Solar and wind powers are there for power generation
Besides hydro electric, sea wave powers are world over.
Oil, coal and gas from the Earth are also not lasting ones.
Instead of fossil fuel, bio fuel use is emerging fast widely
Destroying food grain production, a foul act indeed it is!
Danger of nuclear power plant leakage is worse than 1945
Two Atomic bombs dropped on Nagasaki and Hiroshima!
Chernobyl like nuclear plant disasters can’t be neglected!
Nuclear future looks to be very dangerous and gloomy
For the survival of mankind, animals, plants in the world!
August 6 and 9 are blackest days of World History forever!
One Nuclear danger free World is the dream of mankind!

Submitted: Thursday, August 06, 2009

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