看電視上的政論節目，有某主持人，強調停建核四之後每日損失 670 萬元，現 在已經有 108 天了，已損失上億元…等等。這些人真是無知，我們之所以支持廢核立委，是因為這些人還能愛台灣這一小小土地。
日本建許多核電廠，卻人人自危，百姓怨氣連連，聽說核電可以減少 CO2 的污染，而為何日本近五年間的總計，其 CO2 的排放量，增加約3.2倍左右，其原因何在？此乃是大量用電的結果，使得一般工業或民間反而排出更多的
有許多朋友擔心兩岸關係，認為台灣人要民主又要安全，想建立台灣非核家園 的大夢，卻常常被對岸的 M 族飛彈驚醒，但是又有核電續建的厄夢，真是神經病
，如果 M 族飛彈打到核電廠或核廢料場，才是大滿貫。
Activists' Protests Against Czech Nuclear Plant Continue
TEMELIN, South Bohemia, Feb.
1, 2001 -- (CTK - Czech News Agency) Austrian opponents of the controversial
new Czech nuclear power plant at Temelin plan to continue protesting against
it, Josef Puehringer from the Upper Austrian Platform against Nuclear Danger
told CTK today after having visited the Temelin plant with dozens of activists.
disagreement with Temelin and our resistance to it continues. The question
of whether or not in the soonest period blockades of border crossings will
continue so far is not on the agenda of the day. Nonetheless, blockades
remain one of the forms of our protests,”Puehringer said.
Last year, some Austrian anti-atomic
activists' demonstrations were accompanied by blockades of Czech-Austrian
border crossings. The Austrian activists' visit to the nuclear power plant
took place shortly after the governor of the Ceske Budejovice region in
which Temelin is located, Jan ahradnik ( Civic Democratic Party, ODS), had
visited the plant.
Austrian opponents of Temelin
are continuing to call for the operation of the plant to be kept on hold
for sixth months for an internationally supervised assessment of its impact
on the environment to be carried out. Puehringer today rejected Zahradnik's
statement that the agreement on Temelin made at talks in Melk, Austria between
Czech Premier Milos Zeman and Austrian Chancellor Wolfgang Schuessel was
being realized. “We don't know whether and
how concretely any agreements between Schuessel and Zeman are being met.
We don't have any information about this. ”
“I am surprised and I wonder
what Mr. governor [Zahradnik] is basing his claim on,” Puehringer said.
Opponents of Temelin from both the Czech Republic and Austria today were
given a tour of the Temelin nuclear power plant. Before being shown the
plant, they were given a lecture by staff at the plant's information center.
Temelin has so far cost nearly
100 billion Czech crowns since it began being built during the communist
regime. Despite strong opposition and protests by environmental groups and
also questions that have been asked by some about its ability to make profit
to recover construction expenses, the Czech State Authority for Nuclear
Safety (SUJB) issued a permit for Temelin to begin being put into operation
in October, 2000, following numerous previous delays of its launch.
Since its launch was started
in October, the plant's reactor has repeatedly been unexpectedly automatically
shut down by its own installed safety systems, though plant staff has claimed
this is nothing unusual. Staff at Temelin, which has temporarily been stopped
due to recent problems, have predicted that repair work in the primary circuit,
where the reactor is located, will be finished already next week so that
the reactor can be restarted.
Repair work on turbines in
the secondary circuit of the plant is, however, not expected to be completed
until the middle of February.
Protesters Block Temelin Plant Entrance
PRAGUE, Feb 12, 2001
(Reuters) A group of demonstrators
blocked the entrance to the Czech Temelin nuclear power plant on Monday
just hours after the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) began a safety
inspection of the Soviet-designed facility.
CTK news agency reported that some 30 environmentalists occupied the main
entrance to the plant for just over an hour around lunch time to protest
about technical problems at the plant, which has had operations halted several
times in recent months.
The blockade ended at 1207
GMT without incident, it added.
The IAEA mission --- with
experts from many countries including the U.S., France, Britain, Germany
and Russia --- is expected to finish its inspection on March 1.
Temelin has been the focus
of a bitter diplomatic row between Prague and Vienna.
Fiercely anti-nuclear Austria
says the Soviet-designed Temelin station, built some 50 kilometers ( 30
miles) from the Austrian border and which began operating last October,
is unsafe. It has threatened to block Prague's bid to join the European
Union unless its demands for full safety inspections are met.
Czechs say the plant, which has been upgraded with western control systems,
is safe. In December, Czech Prime Minister Milos Zeman and Austrian Chancellor
Wolfgang Schuessel agreed another safety inspection would be carried out.
A number of incidents since
test operations started have heightened concerns over the plant.
Most recently, testing operations
at the plant were stopped in mid-January over a problem with steam pipes
in the plant's secondary, non-nuclear circuit.
Plant owner CEZ has said it
hopes to renew testing on February 20 once the problem is repaired.
Temelin has one operating
981-megawatt reactor and one under construction.
依照歐洲反核聯盟的說法，可以做為台灣參考：他們說，台灣 921 地震是天然災害，而興建核電廠則是製造人為災害，若大地震加上人造核電廠雙層災害，台灣此小小彈丸之島，就可昇華為“極地”。