The Fukushima nuclear power plant explosions and the Hiroshima and Nagasaki bombings are intimately connected events, bound together across time by a nuclear will to power that holds little regard for life. In Fukushima: Dispossession or Denuclearization? contributors document and explore diverse dispossession effects stemming from this nuclear will to power, including market distortions, radiation damage to personal property, wrecked livelihoods, and transgenerational mutations potentially eroding human health and happiness. Liberal democratic capitalism is itself disclosed as vulnerable to the corrupting influences of the nuclear will to power. Contributors contend that denuclearization stands as the only viable path forward capable of freeing humans from the catastrophic risks engineered into global nuclear networks. They conclude that the choice of dispossession or denuclearization through the pursuit of alternative technologies will determine human survival across the twenty-first century. Omission and suppression of evidence of exposure effects can be found in the Japanese governmenta#39;s response to the ...  The idea that people should ordinarily live and work within a 50 mile radius of a ruined nuclear power plant is seen for what it is: a life of imposed risk. The only ... During my service in the Australian Army I was instructed that atomic bombs are amultiple effects weapons. ... wikipedia.org/wiki/Fukushima_Daiichi_Nuclear_Power_Plant  ABC Radio, Australia.
|Title||:||Fukushima: Dispossession or Denuclearization?|
|Author||:||Nadesan Boys McKillop Wilcox|
|Publisher||:||Lulu Press, Inc - 2014-10-06|