#93: THREE MILE ISLAND SPECIAL: America’s Forgotten Nuclear Terror

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Libbe HaLevy at the still-leaking-radiation nuclear reactor at Three Mile Island, April 10, 1979.Nuclear Hotseat producer/host Libbe HaLevy as a young, stupid woman standing in front of the still-leaking nuclear reactor at Three Mile Island, approximately April 10, 1979

 

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FEATURING:

  • Nuclear Engineer Arnie Gundersen of Fairewinds Energy Education with a blow-by-blow description of the chaos inside TMI during the first three days of the accident.

Arnie Gundersen and Libbe HaLevy in front of San Onofre Nuclear Reactors in Southern California, 3 days before decommissioning was announced.

 Arnie Gundersen and Libbe HaLevy in front of the San Onofre Nuclear Reactors three days before decommissioning was announced.

 

  • Long time Middletown, PA resident Mary Stamos, with a first-hand report of the aftermath of the accident and the impact upon her family.
  • Media excerpts from Walter Cronkite and countless other reporters not yet hobbled by corporate media control.
  • And a “punch line” of unimaginable proportions regarding what happened to the Three Mile Island Plant Manager (HINT: You won’t believe it!).

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Walter Cronkite, "The Most Trusted Newsman in America," doing a CBS Special Report on Three Mile Island, on the third day of the nuclear accident that freaked out the entire eastern part of the US.

Walter Cronkite, “The Most Trusted Newsman in America,” doing a CBS Special Report on Three Mile Island on March 30, 1979 – the third day of the nuclear accident that freaked out the entire eastern part of the US and — oh yes — the rest of the world.

 

 

 

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