This Week’s Featured Interviews:
- Byron DeLear lives near the West Lake Landfill and has been passionately involved in its clean-up, as well as being active in clean energy issues as chairman and CEO of Energy Equity Funding. He is a columnist with Examiner.com and is currently running for state representative from the 40th District, which includes West Lake Landfill.
At West Lake Landfill: (l-r) Mali Martha Lightfoot, Libbe HaLevy,
Byron DeLear, Kay Drey, Dr. Helen Caldicott
- Don Hancock is Executive Director of the Southwest Information and Research Center, a nuclear watchdog group headquartered in Albuquerque, NM.
- AND – September 26, 2016 was the United Nations’ International Day for the Total Elimination of Nuclear Weapons. Major demonstrations took place around the world. Anybody hear about it in America? Anybody…?
Numnutz of the Week:
In Japan, the mud at the bottom of the dam may contain enough radioactive cesium to be designated waste, but according to the Ministry of the Environment, if you get nuked by being too close to the dam, according to the Ministry of the Environment, it’s your own dam fault!
The Missing Links:
- We Need To Ban Nuclear Weapons (In Spite Of Canada) by Cesar Jaramillo, Executive Director, Project Plowshares, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada
- Support for a Conference in 2017 to Negotiate a Treaty Banning Nuclear Weapons – International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN.org)
- Depleted Uranium Discovered Scattered at Livermore Lab Site 300 – Marylia Kelley, Tri-Valley CAREs
- How Nuclear Power Causes Global Warming – Harvey Wasserman, Solartopia.
San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station Warning Siren – Powered by a Solar Panel: