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Woolsey Fire SPECIAL: Radioactive Particles Released into LA Neighborhoods from Santa Susana Field Lab – Peer-Reviewed Study by Dr. Marco Kaltofen, Arnie Gundersen, Maggie Gundersen – NH #539

Woolsey Fire SPECIAL: Radioactive Particles Released into LA Neighborhoods from Santa Susana Field Lab – Peer-Reviewed Study by Dr. Marco Kaltofen, Arnie Gundersen, Maggie Gundersen – NH #539

Woolsey Fire in 2018 has now been shown, through peer-reviewed scientific study, to have released radioactive microparticles from the Santa Susana Field Lab site into Los Angeles neighborhoods.  Radioactivity released through smoke and ash has been shown to have reached as much as nine miles away and 19 times background radiation.   Listen Here:   This Week's SPECIAL Interview: Woolsey Fire radioactive releases revealed:  In 2018, the massive Woolsey Fire started at the...

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Meet Libbe HaLevy

Meet Libbe HaLevy

Libbe HaLevy is producer and host of Nuclear Hotseat, the weekly international news magazine on all things anti-nuclear, since June 2011. She has been a TEDx speaker, an Amazon #1 Bestselling Author, hosted rallies, and led media workshops at anti-nuclear conferences around the country. She is also the co-creator of Radiation Awareness Protection Talk, or RAPT (RAPTawareness.com), an audio series on how to best protect from the negative impact of radioactivity on our health…

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Oconee Nuclear in South Carolina At Risk of Inland Tsunami from Jocassee Dam – Paul Gunter, NH #537

Oconee Nuclear in South Carolina At Risk of Inland Tsunami from Jocassee Dam – Paul Gunter, NH #537

Oconee Nuclear reactors - all three of them - will be in the water pathway if there is a breach at the Jocassee Dam, only 12 miles away.  That would be the equivalent of SIX Mississippi Rivers in a wall of water 19 feet high.  Can you say... "Fukushima?"   Listen Here:   This Week's Featured Interview: Oconee Nuclear reactors at risk of inland tsunami from Jocassee Dam - Paul Gunter has been a critic of nuclear power for over 30 years. He is an energy policy analyst and...

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Radioactive Nuclear Waste Dump Dangers – Kevin Kamps + Nuke Info Tokyo – Caitlin Stronell – NH #536

Radioactive Nuclear Waste Dump Dangers – Kevin Kamps + Nuke Info Tokyo – Caitlin Stronell – NH #536

Radioactive Nuclear Waste Dump Dangers - Kevin Kamps of Beyond Nuclear runs down what's wrong with the Nuclear Regulatory Commission granting a license for an "interim" (really forever) new nuclear waste dump in West Texas. The dangers extend far beyond the site itself.    Listen Here:   This Week's Featured Interviews: Radioactive nuclear waste dump dangers are the primary wheelhouse of Kevin Kamps, Radioactive Waste Watchdog (bullldog?) for Beyond Nuclear.  Kevin...

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Radioactive Waste Dump Connection of Yucca Mt/West Texas – Ian Zabarte + Nuke Bailout Headache$$$ – Dave Kraft, NH #535

Radioactive Waste Dump Connection of Yucca Mt/West Texas – Ian Zabarte + Nuke Bailout Headache$$$ – Dave Kraft, NH #535

Radioactive Waste Dump Connection between Yucca Mt. (pictured above) and its the NRC-approved West Texas so-called "interim" waste site exposed and lambasted by Western Shoshone Principal Man Ian Zabarte.   Listen Here:   This Week's Featured Interviews: Radioactive waste dump connection between Yucca Mountain and West Texas explored and exposed by Ian Zabarte, Principal Man for the Western Bands of the Shoshone Nation.  He rips apart the recent decision by the Nuclear...

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Libbe HaLevy’s nuclear memoir:

CLOSE ALL YOUR DOORS AND WINDOWS

…AND DO NOT GO OUTSIDE UNLESS YOU ABS0LUTELY HAVE TO.

The police loudspeaker warned that what was not supposed to happen had happened: a malfunctioning nuclear reactor just down the road.

That’s where author, Libbe HaLevy, found herself in 1979, when she visited a friend in a small, quiet Pennsylvania town and ended up one mile away from the Three Mile Island nuclear reactor during its radiation-spewing meltdown. YES, I GLOW IN THE DARK! tells the story of not only that meltdown, but its impact on a life beyond the mere physical damage caused by radiation exposure.

Fierce, uncompromising, yet surprisingly funny, HaLevy has written a book that Australian physician, author, and anti-nuclear advocate Dr. Helen Caldicott calls, “Absolutely fascinating. This book must be read by all people who care about the future of the planet and their children.”