Nuclear Energy Is A Dead End

Click to enlarge: Nuclear Energy Is A Dead End [f/5.6, 1/2000 sec, 16mm-e, ISO 200, Sony A700]

It seems that I am already billions years old – taking into account the specialist’s arithmetics that a core meltdown in a nuclear power plant will happen only once in a billion of years.

Returning from my meeting in Ludwigsburg, I was lucky to meet fellow photographer Martin Storz from The Public Eye Blog. It turned out that we have many things in common, sharing the same opinions about nuclear energy being not the smallest common denominator. The venue of our meeting was the green in front of the Staatstheater Stuttgart, where Greenpeace had collected numerous signatures on a banner, that was to be given to the Baden-W√ľrttemberg government.

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