I'm getting that you keep saying I've got it all wrong, yet you also
keep failing to actually provide any actual support for your claims.
If you can't back it, then you're wrong - simple as that. Otherwise,
you'd do so, wouldn't you? :-)
As opposed to the mindless bullshit of your own posts?
It would probably help if you could actually read. Note that I did not
say that stats were useless - just that they mean very little on their
own. For stats to be of value in proving a point, they must be
accompanied by evidence that both supports, and is supported by, the
stats being used. Otherwise, the stats mean jack shit. If you did in
fact know what you were talking about then you would have known that,
and understood my point, rather than simply attacking me once again
without actually contributing anything intelligent to the discussion.
Score another point for me, thanks for playing. :-)
The only claim I've made is that there are risks involved, and that's a
pretty rock-solid claim at that. Whether you care about the consequences
of those risks is a completely different matter, but to deny they even
exist (which you are doing) is to make yourself look rather silly indeed.
Many thousands of well documented fatalities, as it happens, either at
the time of the accident or over the following years as a result of
radiation poisoning. Not to mention the myriad other genetic
abnormalties and medical problems that may not have directly led to
deaths but nevertheless are directly caused by those accidents.
But that ignores the potential impact if a nuclear plant seriously went
off. Or are you trying to argue that the destruction of a nuclear plant
will not result in any fatalities or other consequences? It's not always
about what *has* happened, but about what *could* happen, and about what
is being done to prevent it - let's not forget that safeguards are
pretty useless if they're not properly enforced, no matter how good they
are in theory.
See, when all you can do is post abuse, I've already won. :-)
See my point above. You're helping me to win without me even having to
say anything now, thanks! :-)
That's still quite a bit higher than you though, so I'm still happy even
with that much. :-)
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