United Nations UNSCEAR report maintains nothing bad happened to people’s health after Fukushima. Photos of explosion at Fukushima Daiichi, March 14, 2011. Look harmless to you?
This Week’s Featured Interview:
- Dr. Alex Rosen is a German pediatrician and Vice President of International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War in Germany. We spoke originally in July of 2014, just after the United Nations UNSCEAR report was released.
LINK to Full IPPNW report in English, Critical Analysis of the UNSCEAR Report “Levels and effects of radiation exposure due to the nuclear accident after the 2011 Great East-Japan Earthquake and tsunami”
Numnutz of the Week (for Outstanding Nuclear Boneheadedness):
A practice run dropping a nuclear bomb from a B-2 stealth bomber? What are they practicing FOR?
Olympics and Paralympics Warning:
Radiation map of Tokyo area, computed in accordance with Chernobyl radiation standards.
Red indicates areas w/right to immigrate and cities under contamination surveillance.
Is attending the Olympics really worth the exposure?
- Indigenous and women filmmakers – and others – encouraged to submit your films to the International Uranium Film Festival for the 2018 screenings in Window Rock, NM and the US Southwest.
- Bob Alvarez article for Union of Concerned Scientists: Under siege: Safety in the nuclear weapons complex
- Nuclear Safety Board Slams Energy Department Plan to Weaken Oversight by Rebecca Moss