Fukushima: Fact vs. Fiction

4/12/2011; 79 minutes

The nuclear crisis in the aftermath of the earthquake and tsunami in Japan is confusing and frightening. Three Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory scientists - Thomas McKone, Edward Morse and Robert Budnitz - discuss the facts about radiation safety and risks, detection and the implications for human health and the environment. Lance Knobel moderates (#21582)

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