Biological Consequences of Nuclear Disasters: From Chernobyl to Fukushima – Video and transcript

Putting new build on the vast greenfield area next to Sellafield would be genocidal …here is why…

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We found that most organisms show significantly increase rates of genetic damage where it’s radioactive, no surprise there. Most, many of the organisms show increased rates of deformities and other kinds of developmental abnormalities again in proportion to the contamination levels, reduced fertilities, shortened lifespans.

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Starting first with Three Mile Island in 1979. Most of us in the room are familiar with that one. And Chernobyl, 1986, 28 years ago and of course Fukushima 2011. So that’s three out of 600. It’s kind of a, I don’t know, any statisticians in the room? What, what’s the probability there? I don’t know if any of you would get on an airplane if there was a 1 in 200 chance of it crashing.

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So, nobody really cared too much when the tritium was contained within the borders of the power plant. But when it, once it starts getting…

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