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American corporate media silent on Fukushima’s continuing nuclear crisis

While the American reactor industry continues to suck billions of dollars from the public treasury, its allies in the corporate media seem increasingly hesitant to cover the news of post-Fukushima Japan.  630 more words

Media

Sarah Miles reblogged this on thechristchurchfiasco and commented:

More stuff to worry about! Another disaster that hardly gets a mention these days.

Fukushima Crisis Continues: What All Preppers Should Know

By Carmela Tyrell – SurvivoPedia

When it comes to chaotic nightmare scenario, earthquakes, tsunamis, and nuclear accidents easily rank at the top of just about anyone’s list. 69 more words

News/ Current Events

Fukushima Crisis Continues: What All Preppers Should Know

By Carmela Tyrell – SurvivoPedia

When it comes to chaotic nightmare scenario, earthquakes, tsunamis, and nuclear accidents easily rank at the top of just about anyone’s list. 69 more words

News/ Current Events

Proof That Obama is Using Fukishima to Try to Mass Murder Americans

PATRIOT NEWS NOTE: I just had a discussion with a friend about this…Lord Jesus, the Holy Ghost and positive thinking and good eating/exercise are really important today. 69 more words

Fukushima’s Political Fallout Puts Anti-Nuke Researcher On Trial | Activist Post

By Yoichi Shimatsu

Dana Durnford, a former commercial diver who plies a rubber dinghy along the Canadian Pacific coast to study the effects of Fukushima radiation on marine life, has been arrested for making alleged death threats against a chemistry professor at University of Victoria in British Columbia. 3,952 more words

Law

Wisdom, Glory & Passion--Third American Student Congress

by James C. Stephens

Saturday, July 17, 1971

With only 5 days to Seattle, such excitement and progress is definitely being made in my human revolution. 636 more words

Australia’s Nuclear Power Dilemma

by Caroline Chmiel

Environmentalists in Australia strongly see nuclear energy as a crucial alternative to burning fossil fuels, especially because of its low-carbon emissions. A study conducted in in 2010, and then again in 2011 reveals the Australian public’s changing views on nuclear power in relation to climate change. 377 more words

Climate Change