The BBC recently aired this segment on Horizon (science programme) that was quite shocking in some of the outrageous claims it made and the cavalier handling of the subject matter.
Many of the claims made by Al-Kahlili go against established scientific knowledge, made all the worse as it belittles the disaster in Japan.
Jim Al-Kahlili made this statement on his Twitter account grouping anyone who disagrees with him as “conspiracy theorists”.
“Interested to see how many watch #Horizon tonight and think I’m in pay of nuclear industry. Impossible to convince conspiracy theorists.”
Ian Goddard gives some of the claims in the BBC segment a good debunking:
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