The China Syndrome

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If everyone the planet lived my lifestyle, we would need 10.52 earths. When, I saw my result at first I thought it was an exaggeration, so I went back and redo the questionnaire two times because I couldn’t believe I was being extremely inconsiderate and super wasteful. What I was extremely shocked about was my percentage of carbon footprint, which is 91.4. Carbon footprint is the total amount of greenhouse gasses produced to directly and indirectly support human activity, i.e... Petrol, gasoline, diesel, oil, etc…. If I had to reduce something, it would be the amount of energy I use. For example, turn off the lights when I'm not in the room, or disconnect chargers that aren’t being used. For instincts, when my laptop is fully charged not…show more content…
According to the oldest reactor in the country is located in “Rochester, N.Y.”, to which was licensed in 1969. When former U.S. Energy Secretary Steven Chu was asked if “U.S. nuclear plants could withstand an earthquake hat measured 9.0 on the Richter scale”, a spokesperson for the NRC suggested, “He should just say “Yes, it can.” Worry about being wrong when it doesn’t.” In the film, the phonographs showed an alteration to the original photo of the generator. I the original photo, there is a clear malfunction in the generator, to which was altered in the photo that was used to cover up the problem. Jack was told to stay out of it or else there will be consequences.
The second issue that relates the film was how the nuclear power plant used the media to retaliate against Jack Godell, by making statements that he was a crazy and didn’t know what he was talking about and also how the nuclear plant was doing everything possible to prevent the truth to get into the public by killing Jack Godell and Running Richard’s assistant over a mountain cliff. The best sequence to relate to this issue is when the men in charge of the power plant agree to Kimberly interview Jack but his planning to get
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