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Can we stop the next Fukushima times 10,000?

The horrible news from Japan continues to be ignored by the western corporate media. Fukushima’s radioactive fallout continues to spread throughout the archipelago, deep into the ocean and around the globe—including the US. It will ultimately impact millions, including many here in North America. The potentially thankful news is that Fukushima’s three melting cores may have...
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Green Music Again Confronts Atomic Power

Amidst a life-and-death struggle to finally shut the nuclear energy industry, the power of green music flows again this Sunday. It’s also pouring over the Internet, as the historic all-day MUSE2 gathering is staged at the Shoreline Amphitheatre south of San Francisco, re-uniting Bonnie Raitt, Jackson Browne, Crosby-Stills-Nash, the Doobie Brothers, John Hall, Sweet Honey...
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Don’t Nuke the Budget!

America’s budget crisis has the world economy at the brink. Social Security, Medicare, aid for needy children, environmental protection and much more are being chopped. Yet Congress and the White House may still want to use our money to fund atomic power. Specifically, $36 billion in loan guarantees may still be on the table for building...
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Fukushima Spews, Los Alamos Burns, Vermont Rages & We Almost Lost Nebraska

Humankind is now threatened by the simultaneous implosion, explosion, incineration, courtroom contempt and drowning of its most lethal industry. We know only two things for certain:  worse is yet to come, and those in charge are lying about it—at least to the extent of what they actually know, which is nowhere near enough. Indeed, the assurances from...
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Is This the End of Nuclear Energy?

Is This the End of Nuclear Energy?

This may be the moment history has turned definitively against atomic energy. To be sure:  we are still required to fight hard to bury reactor loan guarantees in the United States.  There are parallel struggles in China, Indian, England, France and South Korea. The great fear is that until every single reactor on this planet is shut, none...
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