Wow i've touched a nerve there.
Where to start with you.
The subject of this thread is the fact that, as you are saying, radiation/nuclear technologies are not *as dangerous* in reality as it is portrayed in video games and specifically in satisfactory.
Nothing says satisfactory has to be exactly realistic.
As an example of this departure from realism - Please explain the space elevator having the actual elevator magically appear out of the sky, how items magically fly from the player to constructed buildings, or how the chainsaw magically cuts down a bunch of trees and shrubs at once with a single swing, or how plants magically don't re-grow their fruits, or how there is magically a local wildlife population without any of them ever breeding.
Realism doesn't matter all that much beyond the initial concept, what matters is how the gameplay mechanics work, how they feel and how those mechanics interact with the player's experience and immersion in the satisfying world of Satisfactory full of things that we may not understand and may be completely different to how we might know them from our reality, or to put it another way, Satisfactory is a game like many others that takes place in a fantasy world, and in that fantasy world, uranium magically deals huge radiation damage.
You may be experienced in nuclear safety, but you are not experienced in game development nor balancing like i am and the developers of satisfactory are, and you have put forward very little to actually remedy (or even identify) any real issues in gameplay mechanics nor anything to improve the radiation mechanics in satisfactory in any way other than, from the best i can understand of your writings, is to remove them entirely .. ?
that's pretty stupid from a developers perspective.
And if you're talking about toning down the damage, same thing, that's a game balance issue not a realism issue.
And personally, I'm interested to see what the devs plan to do with having miners and conveyor belts full of items that kill you if you go near it.
Secondly, you've only mentioned the statistics of nuclear reactors, and not of radiation as a whole and in general.
What about David Hahn which i previously mentioned who built a nuclear reactor in his back yard? https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Hahn
What about the radium girls? https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Radium_Girls
What about the fact that your day job even exists at all or that there is any need for any person to have any safety "expertise" about radiation of any kind?
The danger is real and there are more radiation related incidents than you or I can count, and you SHOULD know that by your quote unquote "expertise" that you claim to have.
The Texas Sharpshooter.
You cherry-picked a data cluster to suit your argument, or found a pattern to fit a presumption.
So thank you for identifying this minor departure from reality that satisfactory has taken.
Myself and 17 others clearly disagree with your notion that satisfactory needs any changes in consideration of this.
It's not my problem or anyone else's that you can't understand or accept that there's a difference between a video game and reality nor can you form a reasonable, consistent and logical argument.
Should you have anything further to say in response to my argument, please try to avoid further attacks against any false or prejudiced perceived character or personal traits of myself or any other visitors to this forum that you arrogantly believe I or they may have or i will then leave it to the board administration to discipline you.