India had better remember these lessons. Already, infants in California are being detected with thyroid cancers from radioactivity that has originated from the Fukushima disaster. No matter how good the systems, accidents are not a hundred percent preventable. Their impacts are global. India already has an unimpressive record of keeping citizens safe, or governing its infrastructure in an confidence-inspiring manner. Besides, nuclear power will, at best, be nine percent of the total, about a quarter of a century from today. It would be better to stop all nuclear expansion, and focus on eliminating nuclear power both through alternatives and through reducing the energy consumption in some non-essential needs, through a basket of relentlessly implemented incentives and policies. That is the one lesson Russian has, inadvertently, to offer the world. Let’s take it seriously.