Archive for the ‘Fukushima’ Category

Dear John (James H.)

Friday, November 13th, 2015

by Michael Mariotte of NIRS November 13, 2015 Dear John, Thanks for the e-mail yesterday from your PR firm, notifying me of the press conference you’re planning on December 3 in Paris, in conjunction with the COP 21 climate negotiations. Though I have to admit I was a little surprised to receive it, seeing as […]

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Fukushima, Miso Soup and Me

Friday, October 10th, 2014

By Sheila Parks We can never be too careful when it comes to feeding ourselves and our families. There are no safe foods any longer. Only safer foods. One of hardest things I did right after Fukushima was to give up my beloved miso soup. I had been eating miso soup daily for many decades. […]

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Helen Caldicott Symposium held on Mar. 11 & 12, 2013 in NYC

Tuesday, March 19th, 2013

Hattie Nestel’s summary of the Helen Caldicott Symposium on the Medical & Ecological Consequences of Fukushima: The Medical And Ecological Consequences of the Fukushima Nuclear Accident March 11 & 12 2013,(The 2nd anniversary of the start of the triple meltdown) The New York Academy of Medicine New York City sponsored by The Helen Caldicott Foundation […]

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Nuclear Lies, Cover-Ups and Secrecy

Monday, October 8th, 2012

by JANETTE D. SHERMAN, MD Do Governments and Corporations lie, cover-up and maintain secrecy as they harm our planet and us?  Joe Mangano’s new book Mad Science – The Nuclear Power Experiment clearly lays it out that they have done so for more than half a century.This book is a page-turner, filled with useful information […]

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Statement to the NRC on the FitzPatrick plant in NY State

Wednesday, April 18th, 2012

Alliance for a Green Economy (AGREE) has petitioned the NRC to suspend the license of FitzPatrick until there is a thorough review of their woefully inadequate venting system and until there is one or more public hearings. Today, staffer of AGREE (Jessica Azulay) and Paul Gunter (Beyond Nuclear, a national organization) spoke in person before […]

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Fight the Nuclear Energy Institute’s New Ad Campaign

Monday, March 19th, 2012

The National Energy Institute (NEI) is launching a massive pro-nuke campaign. The false claims that nuclear energy is clean, safe and green will be made yet again.   Please contact your local public radio station and ask them to run this PSA. If they are unaware of the problems with nuclear power direct them to […]

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Day 0.5: Friday, March 2nd

Saturday, March 10th, 2012

Heading South Today I traveled south to the town of Lakewood in Ocean County, New Jersey with a woman named Judy from Putnam Valley, NY. On our ride down we talked about what brought us together – our curiosity, our apprehension and even our prejudice. I told her about traveling in Japan, WWOOFing around the […]

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Please Allow Me To Introduce Myself (…continued)

Sunday, March 4th, 2012

You guessed it: Japan! So, I traveled to Tokyo on April 12th, 2011 and stayed until July 5th. When I arrived the combined earthquake, tsunami and nuclear meltdown was over one month into the past, and yet the latter disaster was only beginning to develop. In consideration of my own health and my parents’ sanity, […]

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Please Allow Me To Introduce Myself

Saturday, February 18th, 2012

Dear readers, My name is Roberto Muller and I live in Cold Spring, NY, approximately ten miles north of Entergy’s Indian Point Energy Center (Nuclear Power Plant). From March 2nd through March 21st I will be walking as part of the “No More Fukushimas Peace Walk” from Oyster Creek Nuclear Power Plant, Forked River, New […]

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The Battle for the Truth

Tuesday, October 11th, 2011

“A subtle increase in the number of miscarriages and fetal deaths will be the first manifestation that something is amiss. An elevated incidence of birth defects will begin in the Fall and continue into the indefinite future. Thyroid diseases, cardiac diseases and elevated rates of infant and childhood leukemia will follow. Over the next decade […]

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