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The Nuclear Ocean

by Raechel Gladstone

Imagine a continuous stream of radioactive fluid being poured into the Pacific Ocean.

It is so horrifying and unfathomable that,… well, actually, you don’t have to imagine it. 641 more words

The Puppy

Introduction: A kid finding a puppy should be a happy occasion. Right?

The little girl paused in the hallway of the old hotel listening. She was 10 years old and alone searching for uncontaminated food and useful things to use back at her hiding place.

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The Radioactive Boy Scout - by Ken Silverstein (2004)

Looking for a great biography to read this summer? How about one that features a young man from Michigan? I read and wrote about this book a couple years ago, and thought it was worth high-lighting again. 163 more words

Biography And Non-fiction

Some restricted zones to be lifted near Fukushima nuclear plant

Soft propaganda from the Asahi Shimbun, supporting the Government lifting of the evacuation order in some of the restricted zones, encouraging people to return into the evacuated zones. 440 more words


-- Reminder: Attend remaining DOE meetings July 14, 21, for "consent-based siting", parking lot dumps & Mobile Chernobyls -- Public comments urgently needed by July 31 deadlines

From Beyond Nuclear

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has a few more public meetings scheduled regarding “Consent-Based Siting” of centralized interim storage sites for high-level radioactive waste, and the truck, train, and barge shipments it would take to deliver the irradiated nuclear fuel there: 97 more words

What a Radioactive Town Looks Like Five Years After the Humans Left

(Source: sploid.gizmodo.com)

All images: xanthon/Imgur

Since March 2011, a 30-mile radius around the ruined Fukushima Daiichi reactor has been a designated exclusion zone, unsafe to travel. 203 more words


Pacific Ocean radiation back near normal after Fukushima: study

(Source: www.channelnewsasia.com)

SYDNEY: Radiation levels across the Pacific Ocean are rapidly returning to normal five years after a meltdown at the Fukushima nuclear plant spewed gases and liquids into the sea, a study showed Monday. 355 more words

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