Q. What is nuclear power?

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A. “Nuclear power is a crazy way to boil water.” —Helen Caldicott

“Nuclear Power is not the Answer” –Helen Caldicott

Instead of focusing on nuclear safety, Amory Lovins looks at the economic problems of nuclear technology and its negative impact on alternative strategies to mitigate climate change:

Amory Lovins: Congressional testimony on energy solutions

Nuff said.

Poor Richard

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3 Responses to “Q. What is nuclear power?”

  1. Toni Says:

    This is a truly excellent talk and I appreciate that you brought to us. Sharing it so more people will view it and learn more about the dangers of radiation.

    • Poor Richard Says:

      Thanks for the comment, Toni. I’m glad you liked the video. Dr. Caldicott has been one of the champions of the NO NUKES movement since day one. I think her point of view is very mature, thorough, knowledgeable, and wise. I’ve also added some NY Times links here that you posted on FB.

  2. P2P Foundation » Blog Archive » After Japan: Time for an Energy Revolution Says:

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