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Detroit is Bankrupt, Collapse is Inevitable, Fukushima is Leaking

08/10/20130 Comments

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Interview 707 - Fukushima, Gold and Solutions: James Corbett on The Power Hour

07/16/20130 Comments

James Corbett joins Joyce Riley of The Power Hour to discuss Fukushima, gold, the economy, and real solutions in this hour-long radio interview. James and Joyce also take listener calls on a wide range of subjects.

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Fukushima Anniversary, UN Narcotics, Lobbying For Labeling

03/15/20132 Comments

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Cyber Boogeymen, NK Nukes, Fukushima Health - Asia-Pacific Perspective

02/25/20131 Comment

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Nuclear News from Iran to Fukushima (Video)

08/24/2012

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Corbett Report Radio 203 - Nuclear News from Iran to Fukushima

08/24/2012

Tonight on the broadcast James breaks down the latest news on the nuclear front, including the increased pressure on Iran from the IAEA and the latest worrying news about radiation from Fukushima.

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Fukushima's Biggest Secret (Video)

07/31/2012

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Episode 237 - Fukushima's Biggest Secret

07/30/2012

Along with the tragic loss of life, the destruction of homes, farms, businesses and property, and the beginning of the Fukushima nuclear crisis, the 2011 Tohoku earthquake and tsunami exposed the biggest secret of all: that the myth of the necessity of nuclear power in Japan is just that. A myth. Find out more about Fukushima's biggest secret in this week's episode of The Corbett Report.

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Fukushima and the Future of Nuclear (Video)

07/07/2012

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Corbett Report Radio 171 - Fukushima and the Future of Nuclear

07/07/2012

With the nuclear tragedy in Japan comes an otherwise unthinkable opportunity: the chance to contemplate the replacement of nuclear energy with safer alternatives. Join us on tonight's broadcast as we listen in on some interviews that James has done recently on the latest details of the Fukushima situation and what the future holds for Japan's nuclear industry.

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