Japan's Nuclear Lessons for Thailand

It isn't necessary to know a microSievert from a milliamp to know in your gut when something is just plain wrong, especially given the fast-moving nuclear tragedy unfolding in Japan today. Building nuclear plants in Thailand is just plain wrong. Forget about the environment for a minute and the fact that the contaminated, radioactive seawater that desperate workers are pouring into Dai-ichi Units 1, 2 and 3 to attempt avert a meltdown will be released back into the ocean and live on in all those lovely fish we'll be eating (Remember mercury? Remember Minamata disease? Anybody out there give up fish?).

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