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How nuclear apologists mislead the world over radiation

Posted by seumasach on April 20, 2011

Helen Caldicott


11th April, 2011

Soon after the Fukushima accident last month, I stated publicly that anuclear event of this size and catastrophic potential could present a medical problem of very large dimensions. Events have proven this observation to be true despite the nuclear industry’s campaign about the “minimal” health effects of so-called low-level radiation. That billions of its dollars are at stake if the Fukushima event causes the “nuclear renaissance” to slow down appears to be evident from the industry’s attacks on its critics, even in the face of an unresolved and escalating disaster at the reactor complex at Fukushima.

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ElBaradei unveils West’s stance on Iran

Posted by seumasach on April 20, 2011


20th April, 2011

The former IAEA chief says the West did not want to reach an agreement with Tehran on the nuclear issue and sought to change the establishment in Iran.

“The Americans and the Europeans withheld important documents and information from us. They weren’t interested in a compromise with the government in Tehran, but regime change — by any means necessary,” Mohamed ElBaradei told the Der Spiegel on Tuesday.

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