That is truly an amazing video/speech.
The thing about this video is that never in a million years would they ever broadcast this on free to air TV because "good news is no news..." The facts that it contains are too boring for the masses and its over 1 hour of a single guy talking, this is not easily absorb-able information compared to say what happened to Michael Brown, people would rather be conditioned into fear...
This web article goes over the gist of it for people who don't want to watch it https://www.libertariannews.org/2012/06 ... bare-hand/
He also talks alot about the frustrations around nuclear waste and the EPA which I think about too and that is its practically deliberately created.. While I understand the EPA point of view in terms of general ass covering so people can't sue for getting sick in the work place environment just like how cigarette smoking is banned in the workplace the rest of it is just a bit weird.
Seems clear to me that scheme behind creating nuclear radiation fear is based on the idea to try and prevent wide spread adoption in countries you don't trust like Iran to not build a nuclear power plant because we know the real reason is because they really just want to build a bomb.
The perfectly ironic thing about Iran is they have natural gas for a gas fired electricity plant (as well as oil) quite literally coming out of their ears but they still claim they need a 'nuclear program for electricity needs'.
Ultimately this whole scheme of trying to scare the global folk away from nuclear failed in this regard and have left people like Galen Winsor the nuclear physicist incredibly aggravated and frustrated to the point where he created such videos of eating Uranium, drinking reactor water as well is igniting Plutonium in his bare hands and has deliberately rebelled against what the US government have wanted him to do..
From the article URL above... Galen surmises the regulations and fear mongering that surround radioactive materials are in place to prevent the widespread adoption of nuclear power in local small scale neighborhood/home based reactors.
That video does remind me of a more recent video I watched where they talk about the fact that a guy working with plutonium during world war 2 when building the plutonium bomb accidentally injected him self with a needle containing plutonium and for the next 50 years they were still able to detect the plutonium in his body, but he did survive just fine..
nuclear power is a sustainable power.
Hogwash. It's an industry that hasn't even come up with a reasonable disposal plan for its routine waste products.
Then maybe by the time we've worked out how to generate vast surpluses of clean energy, we'll be smart enough that we don't waste it all on useless bullshit.
Seems like your the perfect conditioned type of folk the US government want as I have discussed just above.
If you have watched any of the nuclear video documentaries I have posted on this thread they all talk about the fact that just like the french have done nuclear power plants can be made to take radio active waste and reuse it in the reactor till the point that its not radio active any more so there is no waste at all, providing the very clean energy you been asking for.