Dr Helen Caldicott – Fukushima Nuclear Disaster

You won’t hear this on the Main Stream News

Nuclear Facts you’d be more comfortable not knowing from a very clued in professional who will not be bought or intimidated into silence: Dr Helen Caldicott, true to style, tells it as it is/as she sees it/like you wont usually hear it.

To find out more about this Morally Driven Woman.. check out the links below.

http://www.helencaldicott.com/about.htm
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Helen_Caldicott
http://www.conflict-resolution.org/sitebody/education/lecture_series/Caldicott.htm

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One Reply to “Dr Helen Caldicott – Fukushima Nuclear Disaster”

  1. Kirkman Dixon

    First, I have no connection to the nuclear power industry, outside of the fact that my home receives a portion of its energy from a plant in Illinois. Helen Caldicott is just what the anti-nuclear power folks love…someone to lend credence to their paranoia. While her warnings about nuclear weapons are right on the mark, many of her statements using recent nuclear accidents as a backdrop are exaggerated or misleading. And from what I’ve seen/read, she fails to put the dangers of nuclear energy in proper perspective. Instead of hyperventillating about the dangers, we should be working to improve our nuclear plants so that they are safe, secure and efficient…as France has done. Conventional fossil-based energy kills more people than nuclear plants, and solar and wind power are far from being able to meet the energy needs of the areas they serve, with bird-killing wind turbines continuing to eat up taxpayer subsidies. And I predict that wind turbines will soon be made obsolete by more efficient (yet-to-be marketed) forms of green energy. Then who will pay for the dismatling and recycling of all those turbines? For green energy to serve the world’s needs, the world is going to have to do a better job of family planning. Har! With that prospect being remote, we’re definitely going to need clean nuclear power to meet our energy needs. Short of that, strontium 90 will be the least of our problems.

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