Why do I keep having to say this? If you think that there are no problems with nuclear power, move to Chernobyl or Fukushima.
Forgive me if I fail to see what you mean by this. Do you mean that I should be scared about living in Chernobyl or Fukushima because of radiation? The truth is, there are those of us who do research who regularly get higher doses than what you would receive by living in those areas. There are also people around the world who live with higher background doses. If your fear is radiation then there are other places in the world/occupations that you could tell a person to go that would result in them receiving a higher dose.
I get tired of people telling me that if I don't think that there are problems with Fukushima or Chernobyl why don't I go there. Or with those that tell me that if I think that nuclear waste is safe why don't I store it in my basement. I do not fear the waste because I study it, I work with it, and I know what it can, and cannot do. I would love to be able to separate out the Sr from the waste and put it in a capsule in my basement. With that I could heat my house and have all the hot water that I wanted for a hundred years.
Now, with that said, I do believe that we need to exercise caution and try to keep the dose to the public as low as reasonably achievable. What happened in Fukushima is a disaster. I feel for all of those who were displaced from their homes. But we also need to look at the risks that are associated with the elevated radiation levels in the different areas. Although the levels are higher than the normal background in many area, the levels are still so low that the probability of health effects is negligible.
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