Dr. Helen Caldicott On The Fukushima Nuclear Disaster

Nuclear facts you’d be more comfortable not knowing from a very clued up 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/Caldicot…

21 Comments on "Dr. Helen Caldicott On The Fukushima Nuclear Disaster"

  1. This woman punches you right in the face and holds nothing back. After watching this, I had to take a nap and clear my head.

  2. This woman punches you right in the face and holds nothing back. After watching this, I had to take a nap and clear my head.

    • Barandkat5 | May 2, 2011 at 10:08 pm |

      Me also. What a brave, eductated woman, telling it like it really is. But what can we do! thank goodness I only buy Australian dried apricots. Aust needs to be self-sufficient food wise not bring in rubbish from o/seas.

  3. Blackgoat777 | Apr 25, 2011 at 5:23 am |

    So, what the fuck. I can’t help but ask, is anything realistically we can do.

  4. Blackgoat777 | Apr 25, 2011 at 1:23 am |

    So, what the fuck. I can’t help but ask, is anything realistically we can do.

    • GoodDoktorBad | Apr 25, 2011 at 2:55 pm |

      Even if only a small percentage of her “facts” are correct, nuclear power generation is disaster after disaster waiting to happen. Three major accidents in the past 20 or 30 years not to mention countless close calls that go under-reported are not enough to shake us into sanity?

      Her Einstein quote “nuclear power is helluva way to boil water” is particulary relevent when you consider the inherent, extreme danger of radioactivity just to run some steam turbines.

  5. No…we’re all fucked. Just a matter of time.

  6. Mamagriff50 | Apr 25, 2011 at 12:59 pm |

    Thank her for telling it like it is. You won’t see this in the main stream media. The government does not want us to know the true effects of the disaster. Only God knows why….[To protect the world economies from further collapses???

  7. Mamagriff50 | Apr 25, 2011 at 8:59 am |

    Thank her for telling it like it is. You won’t see this in the main stream media. The government does not want us to know the true effects of the disaster. Only God knows why….[To protect the world economies from further collapses???

  8. Would almost be interesting if it was not Helen Caldicott speaking. Listening to her is just as bad as listening to any seemingly pro-nuclear media.

  9. Would almost be interesting if it was not Helen Caldicott speaking. Listening to her is just as bad as listening to any seemingly pro-nuclear media.

  10. Would almost be interesting if it was not Helen Caldicott speaking. Listening to her is just as bad as listening to any seemingly pro-nuclear media.

  11. Would almost be interesting if it was not Helen Caldicott speaking. Listening to her is just as bad as listening to any seemingly pro-nuclear media.

  12. Would almost be interesting if it was not Helen Caldicott speaking. Listening to her is just as bad as listening to any seemingly pro-nuclear media.

  13. Anonymous | Apr 25, 2011 at 6:55 pm |

    Even if only a small percentage of her “facts” are correct, nuclear power generation is disaster after disaster waiting to happen. Three major accidents in the past 20 or 30 years not to mention countless close calls that go under-reported are not enough to shake us into sanity?

    Her Einstein quote “nuclear power is helluva way to boil water” is particulary relevent when you consider the inherent, extreme danger of radioactivity just to run some steam turbines.

  14. @ Mortimer; Well that takes the steam out of her talk. She is nothing more than playing on peoples fears to sell her book.

  15. @ Mortimer; Well that takes the steam out of her talk. She is nothing more than playing on peoples fears to sell her book.

  16. Barandkat5 | May 3, 2011 at 2:08 am |

    Me also. What a brave, eductated woman, telling it like it really is. But what can we do! thank goodness I only buy Australian dried apricots. Aust needs to be self-sufficient food wise not bring in rubbish from o/seas.

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