CATEGORY: NUCLEAR — 27.AUG.2014
Studies Show That Even Limited Nuclear War Leads to Global Famine —
Steven Starr, the Senior Scientist at Physicians for Social Responsibility, discusses his work on the environmental impact of nuclear warfare, including an examination of his recent article, “The Lethality of Nuclear Weapons.” From climate and ozone disruption to famine, electronic failures, and the risk of nuclear reactor meltdowns—science clearly says that nuclear war can have no winner.
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Original Show Pub Date: 09.Aug.2014
CATEGORY: NUCLEAR, HISTORY — 22.AUG.2014
Confronting the Myths of Hiroshima and Nagasaki —
Gary Kohls, MD discusses his recent article, "The Hiroshima Myth and the Glorification of American Militarism." Topics include the manufacturing of the "necessity" of the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki; the avoidance of firebombing Hiroshima and Nagasaki so they could be preserved as "whole cities" when they were hit with nukes; the real reasons that the nuclear annihilation of these cities took place; why the official narrative was so carefully crafted, and how to push back against it with the facts.
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Original Show Pub Date: 04.Aug.2014
CATEGORY: NUCLEAR — 10.JUL.2014
Green Power And Wellness
Fukushima is Still Happening —
Paul Gunter and Kevin Kamps of Beyond Nuclear discuss some of the current problems at Fukushima, including a loss of coolant in Unit 5's spent fuel pool and why Tokyo Electric has taken a "vacation" from bringing down damaged fuel rods at Unit 4. Other topics include Fukushima site location issues; the 30-ton crane that fell into the Unit 3 fuel pool; the wide dispersion of reactor core fragments after the explosions at the power plant; (mis)regulation and the revolving door of top regulators and industry executives; similar power plants in the US.
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Original Show Pub Date: 08.Jul.2014
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