On Nuclear power


The Economist has a new debate in which they believe that the world would be better off without Nuclear power.

For philosophical and economical reasons, I have denounced their position as inhuman and irrational.  Here’s my comment and please share yours in this important debate.

Dear Sir,

“Ecology as a social principle… condemns cities, culture, industry, technology, the intellect, and advocates men’s return to “nature,” to the state of grunting subanimals digging the soil with their bare hands.” Ayn Rand

Nuclear energy, as a social principle, created the cleanest and most efficient source of energy that Humanity has ever seen. To deny the facts of reality is environmentalists’ first step to condemn Humanity to times of darkness and subanimal life.

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Un poco de humor sobre el poder absoluto


El poder tiende a corromper y el poder absoluto corrompe absolutamente. Lord Acton

Siempre que pienso en la frase de Lord Acton me recuerdo de Marta Yolanda Díaz-Durán y su programas con transmisión online de la estación de radio Libertopolis.

Porque tiene mucha razón al repetir una y otra vez a los guatemaltecos una de las frases más importantes para entender la historia humana.  Claro, sí y sólo si, estás de acuerdo con la vertiente histórica de los que disfrutamos de leer a Foucalt.

Pero bueno, encontré este chiste en la página overheard.com y me recordé de ella:

Teacher: I’m leaving for a few minutes. Ted, you’re in charge.
Ted: Alright, everyone get naked.

Where? High School Classroom.

Englewood, Colorado vía: Power Corrupts, Short-Lived Power Corrupts Immediately

¡hahaha!