posted on Nov, 9 2013 @ 07:42 PM
I ask because I'd like to hear what people have to say about it.
I heard Robert Stone (the producer, I think) briefly on KPFK radio (maybe on truthdig radio) and he sounded very reasoned and he spoke a bit about the
'waste' problem and some solutions in practise or in the works - it was a very brief potion of the interview I heard but intriging. I'm very
anti-nuc and have been since I learned of it. However, it is a reasoned fear and I read on the subject.
I went to the website to see when it would be available on Netflix and found a very slick web site. You can tell there is a lot of money behind this
project (I'm looking into it). The premier of the film, in addition to the open letter from four major environmentalists in favor of nuclear energy
smells of a very well financed Public Relations (read propoganda) campaign. Now, in all honesty, that could be wishful thinking on my part.
I don't have TV and will have to wait to see the film but would like to hear other peoples reactions to it. As I said, over the next weeks, I'll be
looking into the money trail to the best of my ability.
Thanks in advance - Oh, I believe it is in rotation on CNN where it premiered last week and in selected theaters. I'm certain the production values
are excellent - but the content value - well - tell me what you think.