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Nuclear Fallout You won't hear this on any mainstream news

Nuclear Facts 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, you wont usually hear the truth so listen up.. Nuclear fallout from Japan and Canada, You won't hear this on the news!

Helen Caldicott
Born in Melbourne, Australia, Caldicott attended the Fintona Girls' School, and received her medical degree in 1961 from the University of Adelaide Medical School. In 1977 she joined the staff of the Children's Hospital Medical Center in Boston, and taught pediatrics at the Harvard Medical School from 1977 to 1978.

In 1980, following the Three Mile Island nuclear accident, she left her medical career in order to concentrate on calling the world's attention to what she refers to as the "insanity" of the nuclear arms race and the growing reliance on nuclear power

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Added: Apr-23-2011 Occurred On: Apr-23-2011
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  • She's a doctor not a nuclear physicist. Being an expert in one field is not a license to purport to be an expert in other fields.

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  • I agree, This video is accurate, It's not rocket science. It's common knowledge. Nuclear power has some good points, but I think it has far more bad points. The nuclear power corparations are down playing all this stuff in japan. It's bad for busisness? Right!! For anybody doubting what she said, Just look it up for your self Like I did. It's true.

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  • She sounds like the pinnacle of ALARMISTS.
    Wish I knew what parts of what she said was actually true.

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  • Why does this moron have to come from my city.
    Thank god she left.
    Get your head out of your arse women.

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  • At least Canada got the nod for bringing death and destruction to the world. Don't eat food grown in Europe and stay away from Turkish apricots. OK, thanks for the advice. Quack.

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  • Does she have an an agenda affecting her rationalization or what? Japans situation is, by orders of magnitudes, many times worse then Chernobyl? That means it is at least a hunderd to a thousand times worse.

    Of course it is good to be careful but this lady is just flat out psychotic.

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  • Let's see nuclear plant is twenty feet above sea water, and the cooling water system is ten feet above sea water, but the ocean came in at forty feet above sea water. Doesn't take much to figure out. The whole fuckin cooling water system were totally wiped out, and the whole nuclear plants services at the base of the plant were totally wiped out by the tidal wave that swept through the plant. And all of the major control electrical systems on the ground floor were wiped out by the salty sea wate More..

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  • Fuck me! cheer up you miserable cow! Some bloke has really pissed her off in the past, LOL!

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  • This air-head media manipulator has been an anti-nuclear scare-monger since the 80's. People sitting next to her are in more danger of being whacked by excesive hand movements than anyone is from dying from nuclear fallout in Japan.

    "If you stand in front of a nuclear rod, your hair will fall out and you will die a horrible death".
    So what ? If you try standing in front of a train, a similar fate awaits.

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  • So I'm gonna die from this too? But I thought the Gulf Spill, Global Warming, Bird Flu, an Asteroid Impact, Y2K, and Nuclear Proliferation were supposed to do that.

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    • @john1054 something will kill us all eventually but we should all be free to choose wich way scares us the most.

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  • What world are we leaving to our children, to our children's children to our children's children's children... for the next 1000+ years.

    We're fucked more than ever.

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  • fearmongers..what about all the fall out of the Nevada and pacific nuclear testing ???....iodine 131 just last 8 days on the nature ...and cesium 134 is only being detected in near the plant...fearmongers ...Fukushima is nothing like burning core in graphite materials on Chernobyl...this shit went political

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  • richard brandson will save us all with his spaceship when the shit hits the fan.

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  • Is there time for a cup of tea and some toast then?

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  • She was recently ripped to shreds, in a debate, by another fellow moonbat, George Monbiat.

    How fitting

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  • Caldicott is a lifelong anti-nuke activist.

    She's perfectly happy to ignore WHO figures and rely on some Russian activist figures.

    This is pure Greenie propaganda.

    Nothing to see here. Move on please.

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  • She has made a good living out of her anti-nuclear career.

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  • She's only regurgitating all the news we've heard over the last month. Maybe I should do a video explaining dramatically everything they've reported for the last few weeks and post it on LL.

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    • @MuzlimGurl i posted it under "world news"
      it ends up under "entertainment"?
      i think the new LL has stil some lil bugs

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    • @MuzlimGurl "5 SEPTEMBER 2005 | GENEVA - A total of up to 4000 people could eventually die of radiation exposure from the Chernobyl nuclear power plant (NPP) accident nearly 20 years ago, an international team of more than 100 scientists has concluded.

      As of mid-2005, however, fewer than 50 deaths had been directly attributed to radiation from the disaster, almost all being highly exposed rescue workers, many who died within months of the accident but others who died as late as 2004." More..

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  • Nuclear Fools.

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  • Shes right about the welsh lamb,our goverment stopped its consumption.The rain contaminated grass,and it got into the food chain.Wales was 1500 miles away,scary shit.

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  • The truth as Helen Caldicott sees it, is not necessarily the facts. She's a doctor not a nuclear physicist.

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  • But if it came from Earth, how is it deadly to Earth on a global scale?

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    • @Steve15425
      It has to do with the concentration of the radioactive material, and the fact that in nature it is buried pretty deep. Such material is also brought to the surface when drilling deep for oil or gas. It should be left where it is and not be concentrated (what they call "enriched").

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  • So let me get this right, so a run of the mill md finds she can get attention (and money) by questioning the nuclear scientists and Im supposed to roll over like a puppy and ignore these said nuclear specialists who have spent years researching the subject. I have no objection of her right to question anything, what I do object to is her attacking others who are far more skilled based on very vague and questionable statements.

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  • I would more readily believe her if she had been a proponent of nuclear power and was giving a warning to the grave situation in Japan. However, she has a 31 year career as an anti-nuclear activist. One might suspect that that might influence her expert opinion given above.

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