Is Davis-Besse Nuclear Power Plant Causing Cancer In Toledo?


Could a Davis-Besse nuclear power plant that has been shut down before for non-radioactive leaks be the cause of cancer in portions of the northwest Ohio, including Toledo. Davis-Besse nuclear reactor (power plant) is located on Lake Erie in Oak Harbor, Ohio, 20 miles east of Toledo. The reactor has been plagued with accidents and violations, […]

Nuclear Waste Has Been Used For Decades To Make Our Food “Safer”


The FDA presently supports and actively promotes the use of cobalt-60 culled from nuclear reactors as a form of “electronic pasteurization” on all domestically produced conventional food. They claim it makes the food “safer”. Food irradiation (the application of ionizing radiation to food) is a technology that improves the safety and extends the shelf life […]

Manhatten Project landfill fire smouldering in St. Louis


It’s “when” not “if” an underground Manhatten Project fire at the Bridgeton landfill reaches nuclear waste in the nearby West Lake landfill, St. Louis County. For five years, the people of the St. Louis County neighborhoods surrounding the site have endured noxious smells released by the combusting waste. WWII era Manhattan Project atomic weapons production waste has […]

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission Considers Amending Radioactive Release Regulations


The U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) has received three petitions for rulemaking (PRM) requesting that the NRC amend its “Standards for Protection Against Radiation” regulations and change the basis of those regulations from the Linear No-Threshold (LNT) model of radiation protection to the radiation hormesis model. The radiation hormesis model provides that exposure of the […]

Hot Water: The Uranium Industry’s Dirty Little Story


The only thing green about nuclear power are the people who think it’s safe. by Lizabeth Rogers When you were growing up, how many people did you know who had cancer? How many do you know today? I began this odyssey, innocently enough in July 2009 when I led a filmmaking crew to South Dakota […]

“Quietly into disaster” A Plea for Survival Movie Trailer 2013


After watching Quietly into disaster, you simply can’t support nuclear energy any longer. This movie deals with facts and topics concerning nuclear fission: damages done to health and environment, nuclear waste and politics, renewable energies, reactor safety, the serious implications of a nuclear accident and the public resistance. During the 70s Holger Strohm published “Quietly into […]

U.S. Government To Allow Radioactive Waste Metals ‘Recycled’ Into Consumer Products


The federal government is currently in the process of trying to get rid of tens of thousands of tons of radioactive scrap metal it has accumulated over the years from various nuclear testing and wartime activities. And a recent proposal made by the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) would lift existing restrictions on the recycling and reuse […]

Is Towpath Trail At Cleveland Ohio Steelyard Commons Radioactive From Manhattan Project?


In Cleveland, Ohio, there is only one thing standing in the way of completing the Towpath Trail in the Ohio Canal Corridor and that is radioactive soil. The Towpath Trail – a planned 101-mile path following the historic Ohio & Erie Canal from New Philadelphia through the national park and into Cleveland to the lake […]

Fukushima radiation effecting world food supply safety


Last March radioactive cesium spewed from the wrecked Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear plant over rural areas containing rice fields. It also was dispersed into the atmosphere and into the sea. The radiation contamination is working its way into the food supply and is being found in meats, milk, fungi and plants. In the fall, in the […]