Archive for the ‘Precautions against cellular/DNA damage’ 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 […]


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. […]


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 […]


False Reassurances

Wednesday, December 7th, 2011

The Chemical and Nuclear age have nothing to do with our 40% lifetime chance of getting cancer. (Paraphrased) This is how David Brenner, PhD, of the The Center for Radiological Research at Columbia, answered my question on at a talk on “The Many Ways Radiation Affects our Lives”. The talk was held at Hofstra College […]


Women are 40% More Likely to get Cancer from Radiation than Men

Friday, October 21st, 2011

It is well known that children are very sensitive to radiation, with results ranging from birth defects, leukemia and lower IQ. What has been covered up is the high risk women face. The difference between external radiation, upon which the IAEA model is based, and radioactive particles that are ingested, through breathing or eating, is […]


Solar Energy is Far From Over

Friday, September 16th, 2011

News reports have depicted Solyndra’s bankruptcy as the end of solar power in the U.S. Coming to this conclusion without any kind of analysis is ridiculous. All growing technologies have their growing pains. The Vote Solar Initiative puts it this way: “[it is] like saying there is no future for the internet because Netscape went […]


Earthquake on the east coast is a wake-up call

Monday, August 29th, 2011

Michio Kaku’s take on the recent 5.8 earthquake. Interesting, brief article discussing how close we came to a possible disaster like Fukushima, and what other factors might present problems.


Hurricane approaches: 20 Reactors are in the path

Thursday, August 25th, 2011

Reuters has reported that 20 nuclear reactors are in danger. See complete list From south to north Beyond Nuclear recommends that the following reactors be shut down: Turkey Point Units 3 and 4 near Miami, FL St. Lucie Units 1 and 2 on Florida’s central Atlantic coast Brunswick Units 1 and 2 in North Carolina […]


Kyoto University team develops method for removing Cesium from soil

Sunday, August 21st, 2011

See full article here


US Government decided to downplay Fukushima radiation

Monday, August 15th, 2011

Government agreed to downplay Fukushima radiation   Solar IMG Podcast  According to Arnie Gundersen, a energy advisor veteran with 39 years of experience as a nuclear power engineer, Fukushima is still unstable and leaking. Gunderson told SolarIMG that Americans are unaware they are being rained on with Fukushima nuclear hot particles and eating Fukushima contaminated food […]