Andrew McKillop | Both Chernobyl and Fukushima have provided all we need to know about the weapons potential of so-called civil nuclear power.
RT | Exposing the event: James Corbett reporting from Osaka, Japan…
Andrew McKillop | The sales pitch for nuclear power is that we have to massively invest and spend if we want this unlimited energy.
Andrew McKillop | The linked illusions of the nation state and national security must be abandoned, if the world’s political and corporate elites want to pursue the chimera of cheap and safe atomic energy.
March 18, 2011 Paul Joseph Watson writes: “The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and public health experts do not recommend people in the U.S. take precautionary measures beyond staying informed,” said Obama, which is precisely what those affected by both Chernobyl and the 3 Mile Island accident were told, trust your government, a mistake […]
Editor’s Note: Following a series of radioactive explosions at Japan’s Fukushima nuclear plant this past week, authorities have confirmed that large amounts of radioactive particles were released directly into the atmosphere, and are blowing easterly towards the U.S. and later due to hit Europe and Russia. If this worries you, be rest assured that you […]
BBC March 15, 2011 Germany has temporarily shut down seven of its nuclear reactors while it reconsiders its nuclear strategy. Chancellor Angela Merkel said that all reactors operational before 1980 would be taken offline, and safety checks carried out on the remaining plants. The move comes after concerns about radiation leaks at a Japanese plant after […]
Paul Joseph Watson Infowars.com March 16, 2011 With Japanese authorities confirming that the third blast at Fukushima’s stricken nuclear plant caused radioactive particles to be released directly into the atmosphere, localized winds are blowing the radiation towards Tokyo, causing many to flee the capital, but the longer term trajectory of upper atmosphere prevailing winds will […]
Japanese disaster exposes serious problems with nuclear fuel. By Andrew McKillop21st Century Wire March 16, 2011 As alternatives to fossil fuel go, nuclear power has long been held in high regard by green prophets and policy makers throughout the developed world. Still though, its loyal proponents, including James Lovelock, have been stumped for years by […]