By Suzanne A. Marshall from the October 2016 Edition
Featuring: Mark Lynus, Michael Shellenberger, Stewart Brand, Richard Rhodes, Weyneth Cravens
Director: Robert Stone
“A feature-length documentary about the history and fu-ture of nuclear power. The film explores how and why mankind’s most feared and controversial technological discovery is now passionately embraced by many of those who once led the charge against it.”
This is a very thought provoking documentary and gives us a newer perspective on the pros and cons of nuclear power. It also offers some information that might ‘de-bunk’ what many of us presume to know as fact. For ex-ample, the issues of nuclear waste and radiation fallout. It’ s interesting to note that some of the commentators were former activists previously opposed to the very idea of nu-clear energy.
I found myself deeply engrossed in this film, especially given the current political and public debates surrounding the oil industries, pipelines, population growth, global warming and the needs of the human race for food, reduced pollution and energy. What are we going to do?
I believe that anyone who views this documentary will find themselves wondering and wanting more information about the future of energy production.
IMDB gives this film a rating of 7.4/10
Suzanne A. Marshall hails from western Canada and has been living the good life in Manzanillo over the past 8 years. She is a wife, mom and grandma. She is retired from executive business management where her writing skills focused on bureaucratic policy, marketing and business newsletters. Now she shares the fun and joy of writing about everyday life experiences in beautiful Manzanillo, Mexico, the country, its people, the places and the events.
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