Nuclear positivity ignores the whole story
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I encourage everyone to head down to Centennial Park, and enjoy a day out with your whole family. I look forward to seeing you all there. John Bowler is the Mayor of the City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder. Proponents are talking up the prospects of the uranium industry (Uranium outlook positive, October 29).
It’s the same old story: maximise the economic factors, minimise or simply ignore the dangers.
When will politicians, businesses and academics tell the full truth about uranium?
Governments have by no means solved the problem of the storage of waste.
As much as people may regard it as too far off to worry about, science and probability tell us super volcanoes will erupt and asteroid strikes will occur at some time in the future.
It seems likely in that event international chaos will occur, with surveillance of nuclear power stations and nuclear waste deposits seriously disrupted.
Then there is the forecast rise of ocean levels which would submerge some nuclear facilities.
Do the so-called experts or people with vested interests who neglect to tell us these truths sleep well?
Are they and most people simply closing their eyes in the attitude of “it’s all too hard”, or “let someone else do it — why should I sacrifice my career?” Tony Bozich, Balcatta
Brody Ninyette during day one of the PGA Championship at the Kalgoorlie Golf Course.