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Gundersen Update

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posted on Apr, 13 2011 @ 04:51 PM
Nuclear Engineer, Arnie Gundersen, discusses why TEPCO's announcement of an increased accident severity level should not be a surprise. He also discusses similarities among the Chernobyl, Three Mile Island, and Fukushima nuclear accidents and how Governments are once again limiting public access to accurate radiation dose information. Lastly, Gundersen responds to the overwhelming number of email inquires regarding the Fukushima accident. Also about food..
edit on 13-4-2011 by 22-250 because: spelling

posted on Apr, 13 2011 @ 05:10 PM
Did you catch the comment about the web sites being down?

Hum, why would that be?

posted on Apr, 13 2011 @ 05:12 PM
That guy really knows his stuff, seriously.

He's also able to put everything into really good perspective and cut through the bull. I've been keeping an ear open for his info all along hehe

posted on Apr, 13 2011 @ 05:17 PM
Hi There!

Thank you for posting the video presentation by Mr Gunderson.

That is perhaps the most eloquent and reasoned response to the Fukushima disaster from an expert I have seen to date.

Atleast Mr Gunderson communicates to us in a way that respects us as adults. He is articulate and does not try to give false reassurances.

Frankly, I am so disgusted with the BBC and other major news networks who have acted so dispicably, playing the propoganda game and misinforming the people so blatantly.

I agree with Mr Gunderson that we do not know the full and ongoing consequences from these 3 nuclear disasters. Nuclear Power is a dead horse. It has NO future. It is dead and finished. It is the most unstable and dangerous energy known to us and has proved to be a killer of all in this Creation.

It is up to people across the world now to put the pressure on and get this whole industry closed down, no matter what the cost. Afterall, would it better to live without electricity and alive or with it and dead from a slow and painful death.

As a very cynical thought, God help me that I am wrong, but is this some way of managing depopulation under the guise of an "accident"? Or is it that those with the power to stop this just don't care what the consequences for human and animal life are, for the sake of industry, shares and profit margins!!! Perish the thought.

yours House of The Angels.

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