Friday, April 1, 2011

Maximum Risk 最大风险 ...



Globally, the cessation of increase in nuclear power plant construction 
came with the more catastrophic Chernobyl disaster in 1986. 

But the world may seem to have forgotten the horror incidents 
of Chernobyl ...

Until today, in these recent weeks ...
two words are on the lips of every scientist and government official 
on the planet: Japan reactor. 


Minds on Fukushima 最大风险 ... ...


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Minds on Fukushima 最大风险 ... ...


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Minds on Fukushima 最大风险 ... ...


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No one knows yet how much of an impact, if not financial or
otherwise more importantly
the global health impacts, 
of the leaks at Japan’s reactor will have.

In the wake of Japan’s nuclear disaster, 
will any country still pursue nuclear power?


20 comments:

Joop Zand said...

Good pictures Wong,

everyday i'am thinking of the Japanese people, let's pray for them.

greetings, Joop

Else Marie said...

nice photos!! Love them.

Gerat blog, inspiration!

Japy said...

Great photos. Everyone in Spain is thinking about Japanise people these days. Greetings.

Erika said...

Nice shots. I hope that Italy doesn't pursue nuclear power.
Best regards

Laura.M said...

El hombre olvida pronto Wong y comete siempre los mismos errores... con guerras, desastres naturales y mala política, el mundo va mal.
Yo digo como Mafalda... " Paren el mundo, que me quiero bajar "
A los japoneses les deseo que puedan superar pronto esta tragedia.
Me gustan estas imagenes!!
Saludos.Laura

Bob Bushell said...

Brilliant photos, and the Japanese people.

Angela Häring-Christen said...

Well done.

Theanne and Baron said...

Yes...they will...because choices are limited for producing the energy required to run all the electrical devices we love these days!

Photos excellent...your point is clear...what do you feel would be a good solution for the 21st centuries energy requirements?

Hanna Helena said...

I adore the second picture. Well done :)

Kenneth Larsson said...

Very nice macro shots, Wong! I like them a lot!

Best Regards! :-)

MIMOSA said...

The photos are fantastic and the thought that you leave us even more so.

Patrick Lucas said...

It's very hard and so dramatic vision of our crazy world
well done Wong !

ρομπερτ said...

You were able to make 'time' visable. Impressed. So far Greece isn't able, nor willing to invest in any such device. Yet as a country surrounded by many, which provides fear to many over here.

What impressed me most, was the image of the Japanese emperor and his wife yesterday on knees talking to their people. Makes one wonder, if they know 'a bit more' ...

daily athens

Randy said...

Great shots and a very good question indeed.

smalldot said...

nice details

Serline said...

Despite the disaster, nuclear power is unavoidable, at the rate that we use up fossil fuels. This is one of nature's reminders for us to harness great powers with great responsibility.

UIFPW08 said...

nice..

Costea said...

Neither macro mode that I was not thinking.

Z Joya said...

prayers for Japan!

Anonymous said...

particilar shots
Morris