Nuclear Hotseat #189:  Dr. Helen Caldicott,  Symposium Update,  “On the Beach”

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Dr. Helen Caldicott

Dr. Helen Caldicott

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Dr. Helen Caldicott shares compelling reasons why she decided to produce her upcoming Symposium on the Dynamics of Possible Nuclear Extinction, and gives us a glimpse as to the importance in her life of the film, “On the Beach.”

 

Dr. Helen Caldicott's most influential film; to be screened at Symposium on the Dynamics of Possible Nuclear Extinction

Dr. Helen Caldicott’s most influential film; to be screened at Symposium on the Dynamics of Possible Nuclear Extinction

NUMNUTZ OF THE WEEK:

British Commonwealth ambassadors chow down on Fukushima food and saki to support produce exports.  Can an epidemiological study of these men be far behind…?

...it's their job...

Mmm mmm good!  Eating Fukushima food?  It’s their job.  Now, just shut your eyes and think of England…

PLUS:

    • TEPCO‘s Fukushima water woes;
    • 50% of children tested in Ibaraki Prefecture showing A2 or B thyroid nodules and cysts;
    • Former California Public Utilities Commission President Michael Peevey‘s home raided in investigation by state’s Attorney General on his dealings in the $3.3 Billion San Onofre bailout of Southern California Edison;
    • Pilgrim NPP shut down by blizzard;
    • Fiji nuclear victims of British bomb tests 1956-58 finally given an insulting pittance as “compensation” for the illnesses they suffered as a result;
    • Oishinbo manga artist Tetsu Kariya draws new comic about nosebleeds in Fukushima, urges residents to “have the courage to flee.”

Oishinbo Manga - Fukushima Nosebleed Oishinbo Manga showing Fukushima nosebleed

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How Karen Kramer met Dr. Helen Caldicott: A Short Film by Myla Reson

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