Voters in Germany once again are confronted with the atomic decision. The two biggest coalition parties made a contract: To pull out from atomic energy. One of them is pro-Atomic: CDU / The other one contra-Atomic: SPD. The prime minister Wulff of the german federal state Niedersachsen wants atomic power plants to be run longer and he wants to keep the radioactive waste disposal “Gorleben” (map) to store waste from the atomic industry (Source). But according to german television ARD and scientists (shown below) “Gorleben” awaits the same fate as scandal disposal ASSE II (read about it here). There is nearly no clay matter above the salt matter of Gorleben, so water can flow into Gorleben and then contaminate our sphere. Here is the new video:
In Asse II they have to pump 12,000 litres of water daily out of it. In Gorleben the mountain starts to crash barrels full of radioactive waste.
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