Nuclear Hotseat Podcast for February 7, 2012

Interview w/Mary Olson, Director of the SE office of Nuclear Information and Resource Service (NIRS.org), on increased radiation risks to women and children as well as national perspectives on the anti-nuclear movement; San Onofre problems continue (SEE: Nuclear...

The Heart Tears Just a Little More…

In the wake of last Saturday’s “win” at TEDxPasadena, where I spoke on the need for a “Manhattan Project” for alternative energy to get us off the nuclear teat  (and smacked it so far out of the park they’re still looking for the...

Nuclear Hotseat for October 18, 2011

In today’s episode of Nuclear Hotseat (http://lhalevy.audioacrobat.com/download/5e28ed99-7d9c-625b-8c04-289765cb4890.mp3): Interview with Barbara George of Women’s Energy Matters of Marin County, CA on legal briefs against Diablo Canyon filed with the...

Why I’m an Activist on Nuclear Issues

My life has changed dramatically in the past 6-1/2 months.  I’ve gone from ignorant of/in denial about/blind to all issues nuclear-related into a 24/7/365 activist on the issues.  I’ve spoken in public, posted videos, addressed the NRC (in a rogue kind of...

Animation of Nuclear Bomb Blasts, 1945 – 1998

A clearly animated representation of how many blasts we’ve had since the first ones in 1945.  Remember, each blast releases radiation into the atmosphere and/or the ground, where it remains until a minimum of ten half-life cycles are completed.  None of us will...

Nuclear Hotseat for Tuesday, September 20, 2011

On this week’s Nuclear Hotseat: Great interview w/author-activist Ace Hoffman on problems at San Onofre and the power of his free ebook, an expose of the nuclear industry, THE CODE KILLERS; available for free at: www.AceHoffman.org. multiple problems emerging at...