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Activism – Protests – Boycotts
"But remember, this power of the people on top depends on the obedience of the people below. When people stop obeying, they have no power." -- Howard Zinn
#1 a major interview with world-famous anti-nuclear campaigner Dr. Helen Caldicott after the Fukushima Japan nuclear accident. Red hot. Covering nuclear power threats in Japan, the United States, Canada, France, and Europe generally.
#2. I talk with the “Peak Oil Shrink” psychologist Dr. Kathy McMahon about how we handle the wave of bad news lately. She has an old nuke plant 35 miles away, and will fight that license renewal.
Japan’s nuclear crisis on Monday is now more serious than ever before.
This is Alex Smith, host of the weekly program Radio Ecoshock, with Japan Atomic Emergency Bulletin #3, at noon Pacific Time, Monday March 14.
As you know from spectacular news footage, the outer containment shell of Reactor #3 at the Fukushima Daiichi plant exploded on Monday Japan time, Sunday in Europe and North America. This is the second explosion at the site, after Reactor #1 also suffered a hydrogen gas explosion the day before.
Shortly, I’ll get to the latest scandals and horrors in the BP Gulf of Mexico blunder. But first, let’s go straight to an interview with scientist John Kessler, just back from a research mission at Ground Zero where the Deepwater Horizon drill ship sank.
REPORT FROM THE GULF: DR. JOHN KESSLER AND METHANE
Around 55 million years ago there was a deadly spike in the Earth’s temperature. Scientists suspect the warming gas methane was released from the sea. It is something we need to know.
RICHARD C. HOAGLAND: “Gas explosion, 50 miles off Louisiana, that you can imagine. Think Mount St. Helens, underwater. What that would do is create a cloud of incredible toxic material, which would then drift with the winds over the shore, where there are millions of people…”
GEORGE NOORY: “What about a tsunami?”
R. Hoagland: “The next step is you would get a tsunami.”
Oh please. And some of this garbage went out over hundreds of stations on Coast to Coast AM. It gets worse. I expect this to triumph on You tube. But the whole story, based on un-named geologists, inside government sources, and, wait for it, aliens, was reworked by DK Matai – and reposted on sites that should know better, like the Huffington Post.