FOWC with Fandango: Repercussions

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When the power station was built, it was the first. At last everyone had enough electricity for the factories, for the computers, for the household machines. They even had a day of the open door where the public could have a look.  They were told the steam coming out of the chimney was harmless. Fifty years later the chimney was still throwing up its steam but there was no-one left to admire it. There was no-one working in the power station. It had become quite independent. The population did not grow, they closed the schools as here were no more children. The people did not grow old and eventually there was no-one left.

FOWC with Fandango: Repercussions

6 thoughts on “FOWC with Fandango: Repercussions

  1. Where we live is the — per capita — the most heavily nuclear-generated area in the world. I don’t think about it when I can avoid it. Many of our generating plants are old as plants to … and no one seems to have any plans to take them down because no one has any idea what to do with the nuclear waste. NO country has any idea what to do with it or any plans for its disposal. So my best bet is not thinking about it. I’m happier that way.

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    • The best idea. This one is gösgen, about 10 minutes train journey from us. It is supposed to only be steam you can see coming from the chimney. You even see it coming through the clouds when you fly over. Switzrland are supppose to stop the nuclear powrer stations, but it will be another 20-30 years until it happens, if at all.

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