Little Trust In Nuclear Protection
By Richard Wilcox
-- I would like to applaud The Japan Times for its June 3 editorial,
"Quickstep to restarting reactors," which exposes the illogic of Japan
restarting nuclear reactors. The many technical reasons, such as dubious
computer models and out-of-date equipment used at the power plants,
flatly refute the supposed urgency claimed by the "nuclear village"
for a sudden restart. As the editorial notes, this blundering mentality
is a sure sign of the "further deterioration of the quality of Japan's
politics" — as if that were possible!
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