Nuclear Exodus: Pandora’s Promise Was A Lie

Following the unprecedented triple meltdown at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant after Japan’s 3/11 earthquake and tsunami, a myriad of far reaching questions has arisen…

What’s the current state of the Fukushima nuclear reactors? How much radiation have they already released? What type of health impacts can we expect? Is our seafood supply safe? And what about the other 435 nuclear reactors around the world, 104 in the US alone – 22 of them the same exact design as those that exploded and melted down in Fukushima, are they safe?

Yet these are not easy questions to get answers to. The mainstream media and the internet are full of conflicting viewpoints & information. For example, UN scientists have already claimed that the health impacts of Fukushima will be negligible and statistically insignificant, which is parroted in CNN’s documentary “Pandora’s Promise”. However independent scientists tell a very different story; they project on the order of a million cancers within the next few decades in Japan alone.

So how does such a massive scientific discrepancy occur?

Nuclear Exodus explores the ties that inexorably bind the nuclear power industry to the military industrial complex, and how the lust for nuclear weapons causes governments to push nuclear power on their citizens, while covering up the true health effects of radiation exposure. It delves deep into the legacy & lessons of Chernobyl, nuclear waste management, nuclear terrorism, & solar flares which could potentially trigger hundreds of nuclear meltdowns across the world – threatening life on Earth as we know it.

But can human civilization truly generate the electricity it needs without nuclear power, especially while reducing our energy dependence on fossil fuels? How far have renewable technologies come in 2014 exactly? And if some cataclysmic disaster did threaten the world, would there be anyway to realistically protect life on Earth? Could Mars actually be a feasible back up planet anytime soon?

  • Mike

    This does not address the accusation its name makes. Anyone can dispute anything anytime with enough interviews but this does not prove anything. This “documentary” shows aftermath of poorly built nuclear reactors that use a wasteful process that only created waste instead of recycling the partially spent fuel. The focus of this bias film is to show the misery of shortcuts for profit. It does not address the theory that Pandora’s box puts forth.
    If you hit pause it asks you for money. Bollocks and poppycock is what this garbage should be called.

  • conspiracydocumentaries

    Hi Mike thanks for your comment, the donation box that appears when you press pause is linked to us, not the documentary.