Zelený čtvrtek or Zelený štvrtok (Green Thursday) is the name that Czechs, Slovaks, and Moravians use to refer to Holy (Maundy) Thursday. The German name for today, “Gründonnerstag” may mean Green Thursday or derive from an old German word related to the English “groan”: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maundy_Thursday
Or, the endless groaning of creation under the pall of mutation-inducing, death-dealing nuclear energy and waste?
Continuing on the path of nuclear energy we will all soon be facing our last supper. And, it will be highly radioactive.
Last Supper carved in salt in the Wieliczka Salt Mine, photo by Adam Kumiszcza, 2005, CC-BY-3.0 See this and read about the Salt Mine here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wieliczka_Salt_Mine
Salt is a great place to carve a picture of the Last Supper, it seems. Salt is a horrid, dangerous, place for nuclear waste, as shown by WIPP, and the Bayou Corne sinkhole (imploded salt dome), in the US, and Asse II and Gorleben in Germany. Salt is corrosive to metal and unstable. The containers for nuclear waste are made of metal, and most of the nuclear waste is highly reactive metals.