. . . with GoogleEarth –
Fukushima’s rad waste has been in the news and after dwelling on that yesterday we thought we’d try the same GoogleEarth tour for France that worked so well in Japan.
We think rad waste sites should be easy to spot since they are so square. Square without fail. You can ask the CENTER FOR LAND USE INTERPRETATION –
So let’s look around – the small thumbnail image on the right will be the copy of the image with no text or graphics.
[CLICK ON IMAGE FOR FULL SIZE]
Let’s look at Manche Storage Center in Northern France. The official name is Centre de stockage de la Manche in Digulleville in Normandy.
It’s a waste storage center. But harmless waste isn’t stored. Nuke waste is and toxic waste is.
That’s a big farm region. In France one in every two farms produces cereals. The French Crop Trust says they want to protect agriculture. We have a suggestion for them. Stop with all the leaky nuke plants and nuke dump sites next to your crops!
3 05 2017