CNN's Pro-Nuke Propaganda

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CNN is airing the pro-nuclear power documentary Pandora's Promise.

The film tells one side of the nuclear debate, profiling a few people who were once critical of the nuclear industry and are now boosters.

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27914 6.9 years ago Phillip Mixon Augusta, GA , US
27913 6.9 years ago Jeffrey Bradian Boardman, OH , US
27912 6.9 years ago Phillip Mixon Augusta, GA , US
27911 6.9 years ago Michelle Beamish UK, ot , GB Your viewers need more than one side of the nuclear debate. You should make time for a rebuttal to "Pandora's Promise." This movie argues that environmentalists should embrace nuclear power. The fil
Even a very sympathetic reviewer in Time magazine (6/21/13) admitted that he "would have liked to have seen a more meaningful debate on screen--the only opponents of nuclear power that appear come off as bonkers."

Does the film get the facts right? Critics of nuclear power say absolutely not. For instance, as the Nation\'s Mark Hertsgaard (6/16/13) shows, the film misleads viewers about the health effects of the Chernobyl disaster. It also has very little to say about the costs associated with building nuclear power plants in the first place--a critical question as humanity considers the best way to transition away from climate-wrecking fossil fuels.

So why is CNN giving viewers a one-sided brief in favor of nuclear power? Nuclear power doesn\'t need uncritical cheerleading--it needs a debate where all sides are heard.'); return false;">...
27910 6.9 years ago jonah freedman brooklyn, NY , US bad engineering time bombs they are!
27909 6.9 years ago James Phelps Winnetka, CA , US
27908 7 years ago Darren Mitton Danielsville, GA , US
27907 7 years ago William Derrah Western Springs, IL , US
27906 7 years ago Samuel Rubin Brooklyn, NY , US
27905 7 years ago Marceli Douglas Grand Junction, CO , US
27904 7 years ago John Sodrel New Albany, IN , US
27903 7 years ago jill nord Glendale, NY , US
27902 7 years ago Benjamin Sawicki Northford, CT , US
27901 7 years ago Anonymous Helsinki, ot , FI
27900 7 years ago Noah Evans MILL VALLEY, CA , US
27899 7.1 years ago Jay Vernon
27898 7.1 years ago Greg Kristiansen Las Vegas, NV , US
27897 7.1 years ago Steven Mendoza Rocky Hill, CT , US
27896 7.1 years ago Lucas Brown Gaylord, MI , US
27895 7.1 years ago j k albion, RI , US
27894 7.1 years ago michelle hutchens yadkinville, NC , US
27893 7.1 years ago Julie Elfin Bethesda, MD , US
27892 7.1 years ago Marilyn Kennedy Minneapolis, MN , US Nuclear power is nothing to fool around with. We need all sides represented. The negative possibilities as well as the positive aspects of nuclear power must be highlighted before any decisions to m...
27891 7.1 years ago Pat Gibbons Very one sided advertisement for the nuke industry
27890 7.1 years ago Nanette Graboski Seymour , CT , US
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