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by Christophe » 07/07/11, 12:40

A documentary (more) on the health consequences of Chernobyl:

GREEN ALERT: NUCLEAR CONTROVERSES

Nuclear controversies: This film reveals that at the heart of Western civilization, a programmed scientific crime has been perpetuated for 20 years under high responsibility. The Sacrifice: On the night of April 26, 1986 and in the months that followed, a million men, called liquidators, were launched against the Chernobyl reactor, to put out the fire.


Extract: http://www.filmsdocumentaires.com/films ... -nucleaire
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by Christophe » 22/07/11, 22:49

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by sen-no-sen » 07/09/11, 10:48

The investigation into the impact of the Chernobyl cloud in France is now finally closed:

http://www.lepoint.fr/societe/l-enquete-sur-tchernobyl-definitivement-close-07-09-2011-1370639_23.php

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by Christophe » 07/09/11, 11:37

Uh non-place in justice that means roughly that nothing happened? Is not it? : Cheesy:

Ralalalala ... what a country! What justice!

Look at the French series of C +: Engrenages ... we see (a little) the "underside" of justice ... and the (harmful) influence of power on the impartiality of this one ...
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by Christophe » 08/09/11, 14:35

No “Chernobyl trial”, Eva Joly reacts

After the dismissal announced yesterday by the Paris Court of Appeal, ending the investigation into the impact of the Chernobyl cloud in France in 1986, Eva Joly, Europe Ecology candidate - Les Verts à la next presidential election immediately denounced this decision.

For Eva Joly, the decision of the Paris Court of Appeal to grant a dismissal to Professor Pellerin, the only one indicted in the framework of the investigation carried out on the impact of the passage of the Chernobyl cloud over France in 1986, is "a denial of justice for the victims of this health crisis". She denounces a State "above the law", its responsibility not being recognized by the courts.

"Revolting!"

"As part of the presidential campaign, I will propose new legislation that takes into account the health risks induced by such disasters. Justice must no longer be under orders and the State must take its responsibilities when it has failed, which was the case during the Chernobyl disaster "she confided yesterday in an official press release.

The notion of "denial of justice" is also taken up by Noël Mamère, EELV deputy, who for his part judges that this decision of the Court of Appeal "proves the strength of the nuclear lobby in our country". "It is also an insult to those who are sick after the passage of the Chernobyl cloud! It is revolting!" he adds.

"While the Fukushima disaster continues, nuclear energy is still not subject to the necessary transparency vis-à-vis public opinion as evidenced by the attitude of the Japanese authorities and the operator Tepco" deplores Cécile Duflot, national secretary of Europe Ecology-Les Verts. EELV recalls on this occasion that it recommends that France gradually exit nuclear power to "adopt an ambitious policy to ensure its energy sovereignty".


http://www.enviro2b.com/2011/09/08/pas- ... ly-reagit/
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by Christophe » 05/03/13, 09:59

It's good to be a nuclear liar in France, it brings a lot of honors ...

Well, he was an Alsatian ...

Nuclear: Professor Pierre Pellerin has died at the age of 89

Professor Pierre Pellerin, a great nuclear specialist and accused of having reduced the impact of the Chernobyl cloud on health, died Sunday March 3 at the age of 89, said a source close to the family, confirming a information from Figaro.

Responsible for 37 years of the Central Service for Protection against Ionizing Radiation (SCPRI), Pierre Pellerin had for decades had the upper hand on information concerning nuclear in France. Indicted for "aggravated deception" on the impact of the Chernobyl cloud in France, he was cleared by justice in 2011. The investigation ended with a dismissal, 10 years after its opening, the Paris Court of Appeal considering that the nuclear disaster of 1986 had no measurable health consequences in France. The investigative chamber of the court of appeal in particular dismissed the former boss of SCPRI.

On April 26, 1986, reactor number 4 of the Chernobyl power plant, located about 100 kilometers north of Kiev, exploded, contaminating a large part of Europe, but especially Ukraine, Belarus and Russia. The health balance sheet of this catastrophe is very disputed, varying between 4 proven or future deaths in these three countries, according to a criticized UN report, to 000 potential deaths due to cancer, according to Greenpeace.

Born on October 15, 1923 in Strasbourg, Pierre Pellerin created in 1956 the SCPRI, dependent on the Ministry of Health. He will direct it until 1993, before this organization becomes the following year the Office of protection against ionizing radiations (Opri). He also directed and founded the International Reference Center for Radioactivity of the World Health Organization (1967 - 1995). He became a doctor of medicine in 1948, lecturer at the medical faculty of Nancy in 1954, agrégé in biophysics in 1955, holder of the chair of biophysics and nuclear medicine at Paris V in 1971 (until 1992), doctor-biologist of the Paris Hospitals in 1962.

Among his many other functions, he was also expert and consultant of the Red Cross-Red Crescent Federations, with missions in Belarus, Russia, Ukraine or Kazakhstan and member of the Franco-German Nuclear Safety Commission (from 1958 to 1994). Acclaimed by the scientific world for twenty years, he is the author of almost a hundred scientific publications (on the metabolism of radioelements, radiotoxicology or radiation protection standards), winner on several occasions of the Academy of Medicine and the Academy of Sciences.


http://www.lemonde.fr/disparitions/arti ... _3382.html
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by the middle » 05/03/13, 12:19

Hi Christopher,
Last night, there was a program on the French nuk.
Impossible to give details.
I remembered one thing, America has its oil, its gas, France? his nuk.
Every great nation needs energy ...
Every great nation needs independence from energy.
So, we are not yet out of this Damocles sword.
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by Christophe » 05/03/13, 17:08

What was the show?

Yes, except that nuclear independence is no longer true: all uranium mines on French territory are exhausted ... so nuclear power is just independence from fossil fuels (if we consider that Uranium is not fossil, for me it is) ...

Then you can look for your energy autonomy without going through state lies ...
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by Obamot » 26/04/13, 12:05

Speaking of broadcast ...

Speaking of Chernobyl radioactive emissions, today is the sad anniversary of the reactor explosion.

Regarding TV shows (less dangerous, whatever ...), review the ARTE themed evening: "Oceans nucelar trash" ...> in replay.

In one of the two reports (it seems to me: "Arctic atomic cemetery") we learn in particular, completely kept secret by the authorities, the balance sheet of Sheffield.

Collaborators devoured by remorse, have reportedly sent the press the real figures, village by village, region by region.

It finally appears the truth about this energy: it would be about a danger perfectly known in the high spheres resulting from a pure calculation benefit vs risk hidden from the people and hidden in all documentation. Clearly, the senior authorities would admit a certain potential for "annual deaths" due to nuclear power as a "normal risk" assumed in terms of country management, but hidden from the population (therefore without knowing it of their own accord: hey, I believed we were in a democracy ...).

Not least risks! It is thus proved by the official figures released, that the fusion of the reactor of Sheffield caused 900% radionuclide disease / death explosion (or if you prefer, ten times more cases listed than if there had been no nuclear accident in this area).

And this, without counting premature aging, nor the effects of low dose irradiation, which crosses borders ...

Thus the million deaths announced over 70 years by the most optimistic prospects (convergence of the figures of the hundred studies carried out and updated), is well below reality. the 16 million dead become gradually credible over a century.

Simple assumption on my part, if we add up all the nuclear disasters (Fukushima and Chernobyl included) we would undoubtedly reach more than 30 million dead (and at least 2 to 3 million in the next half century) still based on undisclosed official Sheffield figures, and by extrapolation.

According to Arte journalists, all staff members who had access to the figures on Sheffield were all fired without exception.

I let you guess the following of the consequences of this LIE: cumulative doses over thousands of years and accidents to come that will be added ...
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by moinsdewatt » 26/04/13, 20:24

Obamot wrote: .......... In one of the two reports (it seems to me: "Arctic atomic cemetery") we learn in particular, completely kept secret by the authorities, the balance sheet of Sheffield.

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Not least risks! It is thus proved by the official figures released, that the fusion of the reactor of Sheffield caused 900% radionuclide disease / death explosion (or if you prefer, ten times more cases listed than if there had been no nuclear accident in this area).
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What is this story in Sheffield?
Never heard of it. :?:
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