- Rudolph Herzog, author of A SHORT HISTORY OF NUCLEAR FOLLY: MAD SCIENTISTS, DITHERING NAZIS, LOST NUKES AND CATASTROPHIC COVER-UPS.
- Kendra Ulrich, Nuclear Campaigner for Friends of the Earth, explains the significance of the May 13 Atomic Safety Licensing Board (ASLB) ruling that mandates an adjudicated public hearing on Southern California Edison’s (SCE’s) scheme to restart the dangerous, damaged Unit 2 at San Onofre.
NUMNUTZ OF THE WEEK:
When is dumping radioactive material into the ocean not dumping radioactive material into the ocean? Leave it to Fukushima to figure out a loophole in that International law!
- 83-year-old Sister Megan Rice and two associates found guilty of conscience-driven break-in at Y-12 nuclear processing plant in Tennessee, could get 30 years <!>;
- California Public Utilities Commission tries to stop all recording of its hearings on San Onofre but activists already told them: have digital cameras, will travel;
- Palisades NPP crack caused leaks into Lake Michigan and Michigan Congressman w/clout demands full accountability;
- Hanford may be “too dangerous to clean up” – huh?;
- NRC Commissioner Ostendorff owned stock in NRC licensee Honeywell during labor lockout <!>;
- Horses dying and stroke rate spiking in Fukushima;
- SCE still trying to get someone to take that senior management position as Nuclear Communications Project Manager – any takers? <LOL!>
- Three Soma (Fukushima) High School girls write and perform their original play, “Unheard Voices.” Powerful truths emerge from this heartfelt piece of student theatre.
- California Public Utilities Commission restricts public access to San Onofre Hearings: http://www.copswiki.org/Common/M1357
- NRC Commissioner Ostendorff owned stock in Honeywell during labor lockout:http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/05/14/william-ostendorff-honeywell_n_3272376.html?utm_hp_ref=tw