If You Love This Planet, Dr. Helen Caldicott

Arnold Gundersen with the first 2012 Fukushima update; more of Dr. Caldicott’s 2011 speech in Berlin


Arnie Gundersen

Arnie Gundersen

This week Dr Caldicott receives another update on Fukushima from nuclear engineer Arnold Gundersen. After this conversation, we hear an excerpt of Dr. Caldicott’s lecture at a conference on Chernobyl in Berlin in April 2011. Read the February news articles Fukushima Nuclear Plant at High Risk for Major Earthquake: Scientists issue call for safeguards to prevent another nuclear disaster and Fears Growing as Fukushima Reactor Temperature Rising. Also relevant are three 2012 articles: Temperature Soars Mysteriously Inside Fukushima Nuclear Reactor; Japan’s Nuclear Exclusion Zone Shows Few Signs of Life, Fukushima: A Nuclear War without a War: The Unspoken Crisis of Worldwide Nuclear Radiation and French Scientists: Childhood Leukemia Spikes Near Nuclear Reactors. Visit Dr. Caldicott’s websites NuclearFreePlanet.org and HelenCaldicott.com, and read her book Nuclear Power is Not the Answer.

2 Responses to “Arnold Gundersen with the first 2012 Fukushima update; more of Dr. Caldicott’s 2011 speech in Berlin”

  1. Ingrid Naiman Says:

    This is a very powerful interview, full of information that we ignore at our peril. It is followed by one of the most passionate speeches I have ever heard. Dr. Caldicott is one of a handful of true heroines, and her intensity and dedication are deeply moving. If even a few thousand people had one percent of her fervor, the shift would come quickly. In the meantime, I want to express my appreciation to two people who are making a difference by telling the truth.

    This said, while I agree with the facts and need for action and even the thesis Dr. Caldicott presents of gene mutation, I believe there are natural remedies that reduce the risks considerably. However, until we all work as a team, sharing knowledge and experience, the relief that is needed will be delayed by the same kinds of inertia that have rendered the world situation as precarious as it is today.

  2. Izumi Says:

    Hello My name is Izumi and I’m from Japan.
    Thank you so much for airing this programme.
    I would be most grateful if you could improve the sound condition for guest speakers.
    If the sound is clear, I can understand what they are saying in English language, but if it’s muffled (is that the right word?) like this, it is a little hard to listen to, since my mother tongue is Japanese. I wish my English language skills were higher though.
    Thank you !