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A Scientist on San Onofre Risks – Dr. Donald Mosier

A Scientist on San Onofre Risks – Dr. Donald Mosier Scripps Research Institute Department of Immunology scientist and Del Mar, Ca. City Council Member Prof. Donald Mosier, M.D. explains the serious risks of San Onofre nuclear plant operation from both … Continue reading

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Imaging Potential San Onofre Fallout

What might the radioactive fallout cloud look like at San Onofre from a Chernobyl-like or Fukushima-scale nuclear accident? Recently two concerned men, each in his own way, have set out to answer that question. Torgen Johnson mapped a scaled overlay … Continue reading

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Cindy Sage on "Smart" Meters

The BioInitiative Report 2013 PDF here. Sage Advice Cindy Sage, environmental consultant and editor of the groundbreaking international study ‘The BioInitiative Report’ on the health effects of electromagnetic radiation exposure, shares the results of her research and how it relates … Continue reading

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Rickety Reactors, Slumping Safety Standards, 'Renaissance' Rollback? – NUKE NEWS Update – May 10, 2013

[Updated] The Beginings of a ‘Nuclear Renaissance’ Rollback In this edition: NRC and CPUC Taking Hits New Nukes Canceled Stopping Mobile Chernobyl Plans in the U.S. As Radiation Rises, Safety Standards Slump Summer Without San Onofre Reporter Peeves Peevey Fukushima … Continue reading

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