Not that long ago I came across the documentary called “Is Nuclear Power Safe?”. In the documentary they examine nuclear safety and consequences of accidents in light of the events at Fukushima.
Jim Al-Khalili, a professor of nuclear physics, handles the presentation and narration of the documentary. And states his case that nuclear energy is a lot safer than most people think. And that radiation from fallout isn’t as bad as generally believed.
In an earlier post I already talked about this documentary and that he leaves out a lot of information that shows he’s considerably downplaying the risks of radiation exposure. One of the things I mentioned was that radiation levels at the time were so high that they left visible flashes of light on film taken near Chernobyl. But I was at a lost of where I had seen this footage. It turns out I saw this in the documentary “The Battle Of Chernobyl”, and I can highly recommend this documentary for anyone who wants to learn more about the events that happened. Read more