OP/ED

Updating Meltdowns, Still FUBAR and Deteriorating

There’s not much new to say about Fukushima. It remains an out of control disaster with as yet unmeasurable dimensions that continue to expand. Or perhaps it’s more accurate to say that everything new about Fukushima is just the same-old same-old getting worse at an uneven and unpredictable rate. Either way, it’s not good...
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Fukushima Meltdowns: Global Denial At Work

Does anyone in authority anywhere tell the truth about Fukushima?  If there is any government or non-government authority in the world that is addressing the disaster at Fukushima openly, directly, honestly, and effectively, it’s not apparent to the outside observer what entity that might be. There is instead an apparent global conspiracy of authorities of all...
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Fukushima Autumn

Trying to Think Rationally About Fukushima Is A Challenge
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Sugar Cane Burning

Sugar Cane Burning

Growing up on the Big Island of Hawaii, I remember stories of how the sugar cane industry died so long ago, and how the Big Island economy died along with it. So when I first moved to Maui, I was in awe. Out the window of the airplane, I saw beautiful green fields of...
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