Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Busby: One of the #Fukushima Explosions Was Nuclear

Christopher Busby speaking with Russia Today on April 25.

He thinks one of the "hydrogen" explosions that took place in Fukushima I Nuclear Power Plant was not hydrogen but nuclear. He thinks it was the Reactor 3; the explosion was not inside the Containment Vessel but in the Spent Fuel Pool.

He sticks by his words that Fukushima is much worse than Chernobyl.

He's been having a shouting match (figuratively) with his fellow British nuclear scientists over the gravity of the Fukushima accident, whom he accuses of being in the pocket of the powerful nuclear industry and downplaying the accident.

Busby also called the Guardian writer George Monbiot "criminally irresponsible" for downplaying the Fukushima accident. George Monbiot is the one who wholeheartedly embraced nuclear power BECAUSE OF FUKUSHIMA, back in March 21 in his Guardian article:

As a result of the disaster at Fukushima, I am no longer nuclear-neutral. I now support the technology.

Mr. Monbiot should have a PR job waiting for him at the Japan's Prime Minister's Office with his pro-nuclear, anti-CO2 stance, a perfect fit for the embattled PM.


Anonymous said...

Now we are into the realm of fiction. Chris Busby is one of the most discredited scientists in England, yet he still manages to get himself in front of the cameras by making outrageous claims. There are many good scientists out there putting forth well-thought-out analysis (Arnie Gunderson, for example). Unfortunately Chris Busby is not one of them.

Anonymous said...

And now Gunderson agrees with him.
Fine piece of rhetorik though.

Raymonde said...

I see neither one of the comments above offer any substantiation of their remarks. I could make many but have already done so at www.usaliberalism.com

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