Pues ahora, en las palabras de una de las mas grandes expertas sobre el tema, Helen Caldicott, podremos comprender mejor lo que queremos decir con ello.
Japan Nuclear Crisis: The Dangers of Radiation
Press conference by Helen Caldicott in Montreal: The Dangers of Nuclear War. March 18 2011.
People all over the world are watching updates on the Japanese nuclear emergency in growing horror and disbelief. Despite soothing words from nuclear energy industry promoters, each update today has signalled fresh disaster and even more drastic warnings. Anti-nuclear campaigner Dr Helen Caldicott says it could spell the end of the nuclear industry worldwide.
"This time no one dropped a bomb on us ... We set the stage, we committed the crime with our own hands, we are destroying our own lands, and we are destroying our own lives."
We call upon our readers to spread the word.
Michel Chossudovsky, January 25, 2012
Volviendo a la esoterica conexion entre los OVNI'S y los sitios nucleares, añadimos este articulo:
Do Nuclear Facilities Attract UFOs?
Donald A Johnson, PhD
Sun River Research
On numerous occasions, UFOs have been reported over nuclear power plants as well as nuclear research facilities and nuclear weapons storage bunkers at military bases.
A good percentage of these reports occurred at highly restricted government research and production facilities, such as Los Alamos, Oak Ridge, Hanford AEC, and Savannah River AEC.
Highly trained government scientists and military personnel, who had been granted top-secret military clearances, made many of these reports.
In a well-documented series of incidents in early November 1975, nocturnal lights and unidentified “mystery helicopters” visited a wide spectrum of American military bases and missile sites across the northern tier of this country.
Between October 27 and November 10, reports of UFOs over nuclear weapons storage sites were repeatedly made at Loring AFB in northern Maine, Wurtsmith AFB in Michigan, Grand Forks and Minot Air Force Bases in North Dakota, and Malmstrom AFB in Montana.
F-106 interceptors were scrambled out of Malmstrom AFB near Great Falls, Montana in response to multiple reports of UFO visits to nearby missile sites near Moore, Harlowton, Lewistown, and several missile sites around Malmstrom AFB.
A similar rash of incursions occurred in December 1948 (Los Alamos), December 1950 (Oak Ridge), July 1952 (Hanford AEC, Savannah River AEC, and Los Alamos), August 1965 (Warren AFB near Cheyenne, WY), March 1967 (Minot AFB, Malmstrom AFB, and Los Alamos), August 1968 (Ellsworth AFB in South Dakota), August 1980 (Warren AFB, Sandia Labs and Kirtland AFB, NM), December 1980 (Benwaters RAFB, Suffolk, England), and October 1991 (Chernobyl, Ukraine and Arkhangel’sk Missile Base, Russia).
These reports led some to speculate that the intelligences behind UFOs have an interest in nuclear weapons and nuclear power. One feature of these reports suggesting a direct link deals with light rays or energy beams being focused on nuclear materials.
Multiple independent accounts state that beams of light were directed downward from the UFOs onto the nuclear storage bunkers and underground missile silos, perhaps penetrating them beneath the surface.  In addition, there have been unsubstantiated rumors from enlisted men that the telemetry of the weapons at some sites had been changed or that other weapons had been rendered inoperative. 
Some researchers have suggested that the occupants of UFOs have a deep concern about the safety of nuclear power, and our proliferation of nuclear weapons, and are therefore keeping a close scrutiny of these sites.
During the Chernobyl nuclear power plant disaster on April 26, 1986, technicians reported that they observed a fiery sphere, similar in color to brass, within 1,000 feet of the damaged Unit 4 reactor during the height of the fire, about three hours after the initial explosion. Two bright red rays shot out from the UFO and were directed at the reactor.
It hovered in the area for about three minutes, then the rays vanished and the UFO moved slowly away to the northwest. Radiation levels taken just before the UFO appeared read 3,000 milliroentgens/hour, and after the rays the readings showed 800 milliroentgens/hour. Apparently the UFO had brought down the radiation level.
 The UFOCAT 2002 database lists 289 reports at sites coded as “Missile” or “Nuclear” facilities. These reports date from March 1944, an aerial encounter near Yakima, Washington not far from the huge WWII plutonium production plant at Hanford, to another aerial encounter in October 2001 over a nuclear power plant in Kent, England. At least 52 of these cases are close-encounter reports.
 Fund for UFO Research (1985). Government documents concerning over-flights of military bases in 1975, pp. 98=100.
 Gestin, Pierre (1973). Phenomena Spatiaux, July 1973, p. 26 (Loqueffret, France, February 1961).
 Gross, Loren (1982). UFOs: A History 1950: April - July. Fremont, CA: Author, p. 34 (Dugway Proving Grounds, UT, April 25, 1950).
 Hall, Richard H. (2001). The UFO Evidence Volume II: A thirty-year report. Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press (Bentwaters AFB, December 27, 1980)
 Keyhoe, Donald E (1973). Aliens from Space: The real story of Unidentified Flying Objects. Garden City, NY: Doubleday, pp. 10-11 (Minot AFB, March 5, 1967).
 Hall, Richard H (2001). The UFO Evidence Volume II: A thirty-year report. Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press, p. 333 (Malmstrom AFB, March 16, 1967).
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