Helen Caldicott: Fukushima’s Legacy: Shut Down All Nuclear Power Plants!

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“It’s money, it’s greed, and capitalism that’s destroying the earth.” — Helen Caldicott

4.11 原発反対デモin高円寺 Anti nuclear power protests in Kouenji

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RT on Nov 5, 2013

Google Hangout with one of the most articulate and passionate advocates of citizen action to remedy the nuclear and environmental crises: Dr Helen Caldicott.

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In one of her recent articles on RT.com, Helen Caldicott wrote:

“As I contemplate the future at Fukushima, it seems that the escape of radiation is virtually unstoppable. The levels of radiation in buildings 1, 2 and 3 are now so high that no human can enter or get close to the molten cores. It will therefore be impossible to remove these cores for hundreds of years if ever.”

She believes that one of the steps Japanese government should take to prevent worst case consequences is to cancel the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo.

see

Ralph Nader, Gregory Jaczko, Naoto Kan: Dangers of Nuclear Power

Radioactive Water Spilling Over Containment Barriers At Fukushima

Harvey Wasserman on the Ongoing Nuclear Disaster at Fukushima

The World Community Must Now Take Charge at Fukushima by Harvey Wasserman

Helen Caldicott: Chernobyl: The Biggest Cover-Up In The History of Medicine

See also: Our answer: Shut them down

Carbon-Free and Nuclear-Free — A Roadmap for U.S. Energy Policy (free download)

Big quake near Fukushima would ‘decimate Japan, lead to US West Coast evacuation’ by Helen Caldicott

Endless Fukushima catastrophe: Many generations’ health at stake by Helen Caldicott

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13 thoughts on “Helen Caldicott: Fukushima’s Legacy: Shut Down All Nuclear Power Plants!

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  12. No amount of money on this Earth will help if we can’t drink the water, eat the food or breathe the air. Greed also seems to affect the ability to think clearly and care about mankind’s future.

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