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After Fukushima

The Equivalence of Catastrophes
Jul 04, 2021dionyzus rated this title 2 out of 5 stars
This is not even book-length, just a long essay, perhaps 40 pages long followed by 2 interviews. But even so, my recommendation is don't waste your time on this. It's not really about Fukushima, just a discussion on our inability to avoid catastrophes. The discussion is very didactic and advanced, and not a fun read. I'm very well read in a variety of subjects, but this was almost painful to slog through. There are better books on Fukushima like Meltdown by Langeland.