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FUKUSHIMA FALLOUT – Lessons from Chernobyl

The Man Who Blew the Whistle on Nuclear Denial After Chernobyl Dr. Dave DeSante is the founder of the Institute for Bird Population in Point Reyes, California. After the radioactive cloud from Chernobyl passed over the U.S. West Coast in … Continue reading

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Nuclear Fallout Alert – Digest Special Edition 3-17-11 (Updated 3-15-11)

Nakata/AP A one-year-old boy is re-checked for radiation exposure after being decontaminated in Nihonmatsu, Fukushiima, northern Japan on Monday. Update 3-17-2011: Protective Measures from Radioactivity in North America – From NIRS – the Nuclear Information and Resource Service Update: IFG’s … Continue reading

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Resistance is Fertile: CPUC Orders 'Opt-Out' & Richmond Fights SF SM Blitz – Digest 3-11-11

Peevey Orders SM Opt-Out Option…if you pay! [Click title to view KCRA-TV video] CPUC Says PG&E Should Allow SmartMeter Opt-Out Some Customers Worry About Potential Health Effects SAN FRANCISCO — California regulators will ask Pacific Gas & Electric Co. to … Continue reading

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Cindy Sage Responds to EPRI's Critique

“EPRI’s comment letter mischaracterizes information presented in the Sage Report, and then attacks its own mischaracterizations.” Sage Associates Response to a critique of The Sage Report on RF Exposures from Wireless ‘Smart’ Meters February 14, 2011 [This response is available … Continue reading

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