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Despite all the misgivings about nuclear, radioactivity and radiations and their link to ‘rising number’ of ailments like cancer, particularly, in the vicinity of nuclear plants or test sites, countries across the globe are going firm with their nuclear power programmes for a sustainable option to meet increasing energy requirements without meddling much with climate. As per the United Nations scientists the world needs to triple the energy it gets from renewables, nuclear reactors and power plants that use emissions-capture technology to avoid dangerous levels of global warming and climate change.

 Japan, even after witnessing a disaster first in Hiroshima and Nagasaki followed by Fukushima Daiichi, is determined to go ahead with its nuclear policy with the conviction to reinstate nuclear power as important part of its energy plan. West Asian countries are also pursuing the nuclear programme seriously and sincerely despite being blessed with huge oil and gas reserves.
The anti-nuclear protestors might be raising their fist on one pretext or the other against nuclear as the base load power source not only in Japan but wherever nuclear has been included as the potential energy source across the globe. A lot has been said, claimed, written and reported about the rising cases of cancer and other genetic disorders in the population inhabiting the places close to Nuclear Power Plants and test sites, like Pokhran in India, owing to the presence of radiations.
It has been proven and established time and again by the nuclear scientists and medical experts that the risk of cancer and other congenital ailments due to nuclear radiations happens to be extremely low as compared to the natural radiations already present in atmosphere due to uncontrolled emission of Carbondioxide and other pollutants, intense industrial activity and mining. Besides, the diagnostic and therapeutic use of radioactivity in medicine is much in vogue. In any case, the benefits of nuclear in health sector outweigh the associated risks.
 
 Japan, even after witnessing a disaster first in Hiroshima and Nagasaki followed by Fukushima Daiichi, is determined to go ahead with its nuclear policy with the conviction to reinstate nuclear power as important part of its energy plan. West Asian countries are also pursuing the nuclear programme seriously and sincerely despite being blessed with huge oil and gas reserves.
The anti-nuclear protestors might be raising their fist on one pretext or the other against nuclear as the base load power source not only in Japan but wherever nuclear has been included as the potential energy source across the globe. A lot has been said, claimed, written and reported about the rising cases of cancer and other genetic disorders in the population inhabiting the places close to Nuclear Power Plants and test sites, like Pokhran in India, owing to the presence of radiations.
It has been proven and established time and again by the nuclear scientists and medical experts that the risk of cancer and other congenital ailments due to nuclear radiations happens to be extremely low as compared to the natural radiations already present in atmosphere due to uncontrolled emission of Carbondioxide and other pollutants, intense industrial activity and mining. Besides, the diagnostic and therapeutic use of radioactivity in medicine is much in vogue. In any case, the benefits of nuclear in health sector outweigh the associated risks.
 

Wednesday, April 5, 2017

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