Say No To Nuclear

The most thought-provoking thing in our thought-provoking time is that we are still not thinking. -Martin Heidegger

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  1. There’s great debate about the number of fatalities following Chernobyl; the International Atomic Energy Agency has predicted that there will be only about 4,000 deaths from cancer, but a 2009 report published by the New York Academy of Sciences says that almost one million people have already perished from cancer and other diseases.
  2. "The Nuclear Regulatory Commission advised Americans to evacuate a 50 mile radius zone around Japan's Fukushima nuclear plant. Nationwide, 1 in 3 Americans lives within 50 miles of a nuclear plant."  A new video by Greenpeace...
  3. Chernobyl. Fukushima. Indian Point?
  4. From the very be­ginn­ing, un­lock­ing the power of the atom for "peace­ful" en­er­gy pro­duc­tion was about wag­ing war to its log­ical end­point: the power to de­stroy life on a planeta­ry scale. Peo­ple around the world were ag­hast at the apocalyp­tic de­struc­tion wreaked on Japan dur­ing a few hel­lish minutes when the Uni­ted States drop­ped the nuc­lear bombs co­denamed Lit­tle Boy and Fat­man on the cit­ies of Hiros­hima and Nagasaki in August 1945.
  5. A well done documentary on the tragic Chernobyl nuclear accident 25 years ago. When you watch it and thoughts fuse with the fresh impressions of images of Fukushima, one wonders how much more of the planet will be destroyed, for what may as well be forever, and how many more people have to die and suffer? Even today we don't know the long term results which could be much worse than imagined!
  6. Best Chernobyl Documentary 2006 The Battle of Chernobyl (HQ) 1hr 32min 1 clip
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  9. So many lies were propagated around the Chernobyl tragedy. Misinformation came not just from Russia, but from many other European countries. False information was given to the public. A deja vu scenario takes place in Japan today. An air of mistrust prevails...
  10. We don't need a nuclear power plant
    We don't need a nuclear power plant
  11. TOKYO — Given the fierce insularity of Japan’s nuclear industry, it was perhaps fitting that an outsider exposed the most serious safety cover-up in the history of Japanese nuclear power. It took place at Fukushima Daiichi, the plant that Japan has been struggling to get under control since last month’s earthquake and tsunami.
  12. Chernobyl, 25 años después
    Chernobyl, 25 años después
  13. It's too horrible to disclose the reality of the situation and the consequences. And yet some people want to continue this horror. When and where will the next disaster strike? How much of the planet will end up being unlivable? It's time to stop...
  14. WorldStreams is an international multi-media resource offering diverse programs on world music, the arts, politics, human rights and social issues. WorldStreams.org
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