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Nuclear reactors responsible for mutated Butterflies?
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Dear Editor,

Though the Nuclear Reactors are often deemed to be utilized for civilians, yet it is a fact that some of the fallout is imminent even in the relatively peaceful times. Recently, a case has been reported in one of the Western nations’ where the indigenous varieties of Butterflies have mutated. A number of distortions in their limbs alongwith many internal changes have been observed in the creature. The frightening scenario has begun to assume even more monstrous proportions, wherein the effects have been transferred to their offspring in a short span of time, since the average age of Butterflies is shorter like many other species on the planet.

This has intensified the debate, moreso, in the backdrop of the Fukushima nuclear disaster, prompting the civilians world over to look with skepticism even towards the peaceful programs. Alternatives to these energy generating sources are aplenty, the only need is to include them in the Energy policy planning by the nations, once the identification of those sources has been done. Since populations are emerging as the evil in the bud, nipping would surely translate as controlling them by every possible means, while ensuing cleaner and safer sources of fuel and energy for the upcoming generations.

—Ruchika Abrol,

Jammu


News Updated at : Wednesday, October 3, 2012
 
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