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Nuclear power on the film screen

There are several good reasons why the Uranium festival should be organized in Norway. But not with the support of Statoil.

It is probably not too hard to claim when humanity is literally on the edge of the cliff. This is certainly the impression during the Uranium Film Festival, which recently took place in Berlin. How can the past ruin our future? It may soon turn out that those who prioritize jobs over the environment, in the end, are left without any physical existence, besides access to clean water and soil. Creating jobs in such a situation is likely to be secondary. When our outside world is at risk of being fatal, getting jobs is an absurd business.

A lot of strange things have happened in Berlin over the years. The element uranium and Berlin actually have something in common: In 1789, the heavy metal was discovered by one of the city. . .

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Hans-Georg Kohler
Kohler is a regular reviewer for Ny Tid.

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