Gender & Radiation’s depiction of “Reference Man” vs. size of a little girl:
all radiation doses are not equal!
This Week’s Featured Interview:
- Mary Olson is Nuclear Waste Specialist at NIRS (Nuclear Information and Resource Service–) and Acting Director, Gender and Radiation Impact Project. She has addressed the United Nations and other international bodies on the disproportionate impact of nuclear radiation on women and children, especially little girls.
As Mary referenced during the interview, it’s always good to watch the 2017 Nobel Peace Prize ceremony, awarded to the International Campaign for the Abolition of Nuclear Weapons (ICAN):
Numnutz of the Week (for Outstanding Nuclear Boneheadedness):
Fukushima rice cited as being the most deeeeee-licious in commercial rice ball stores. Hmmm, I wonder if it’s the Cesium 134 or Strontium 90 that gives it just a piquant flavor with just a hint of heat…
Activist Info Links:
- Washington’s Latest Cold War Maneuver: Pulling Out of INF (Intermediate-Range Nuclear Force Treaty)
- UK to Probe Poisonous Genetic Legacy of Nuclear Test “Guinea Pigs”
- 60,000 Tons of Dangrous Radioactive Waste Sits on Great Lakes Shores