Report on anti-nuke activists meeting w/CA Gov. Jerry Brown’s senior aide;
this weekend’s demonstrations at San Onofre features two Japanese survivors of the Tohoku earthquake, tsunami, and resulting nuclear disaster at Fukushima;
transcript of NRC audio quashing US National Labs monitoring of radiation the day after the earthquake – OUTRAGEOUS!
LA area cesium levels found to be 1,000 times higher than standard 53 years after SSFL meltdown
Sen. Barbara Boxer asks NRC to review San Onofre safety (they’re “thinking about it!”);
First Energy tries to blame 1979 blizzard for 2012 cracks in David-Besse (aka, “the dog ate it”)
legal loophole means Vermont Yankee may still be forced to shut down on March 21;
iodine 131 found in Japanese drinking water
radiation has been detected in Sri Lanka fish and 100,000 square miles in the Pacific.
And with all this, Department of Energy head Steven Chu announces, “We are committed to restarting the nation’s nuclear industry.” WHY?
See you at San Onofre on Sunday!