The video above describes low dose radiation dangers, focusing mainly on depleted uranium. However, low dose nuclear radiation is dangerous, no matter what the source.
They make the point that the standards that are presently in place to determine the 'danger' of radiation were set up generations ago, when the ability to evaluate hazards were minimal, with no capability of testing the effect on DNA. They also did not have any interest in the effect of low dose radiation on future generations.
Nuclear radiation: There is no safe dose. Romeo F. Quijano, M.D.
"The authorities apparently refer to the so-called standards of permissible or acceptable limits set by the International Commission on Radiation Protection (ICRP) and the US Nuclear Regulatory Commission as basis for declaring that exposure levels of the public are "small" and within "safety" limits and that significant risk of harm is limited to the immediate vicinity of the power plants. These standards, in fact, have been set to accommodate the interests of the nuclear industry and countries with nuclear weapons."
"The "small" amount of radiation, claimed to be "safe" by authorities, added to our increasingly fragile environment will cause serious harm to the health of human beings and other living organisms all over the world. Radioactive particles, especially Plutonium, Strontium, and Cesium are bioaccumulative, extremely persistent and highly toxic."
Bottom line, there is no 'safe' dose of radiation. All of the 'experts' comparing depleted uranium and/or low doses of radiation coming out of accidents, spills or leaks to bananas are fools spouting pro nuclear industry propoganda. So who protects the public and your family from the nuclear machine that is intent on committing global genocide?
The IAEA is nothing more than an international marketing arm of the nuclear power industry.
The NRC in the US is little more than a pro nuclear association of insider nuclear industry 'experts', who are intent on doing nothing more than promoting nuclear power to the public and government.