Tag Archives: Japan

Perfect Storm: Fukushima Spews, Los Alamos Burns, Vermont Rages and We’ve Almost Lost Nebraska

By Harvey Wasserman Common Dreams, June 29, 2011 Humankind is now threatened by the simultaneous implosion, explosion, incineration, courtroom contempt and drowning of its most lethal industry. We know only two things for certain: worse is yet to come, and those in charge are lying about it—at least to the extent of what they actually know, which is nowhere near enough. Indeed, the assurances from the nuke power industry continue to ... Read more

The Repercussions of a Pro-Nuclear Corporate Press” Fukushima and the Mass Media Meltdown

By Keith Harmon Snow Global Reserch, June20, 2011 A sociological and technological discussion — in the wake of the out-of-control nuclear apocalypse in Japan — addressing the compromise of public health and security created by the failure of the western corporate mass media to equitably report on, mildly investigate, or even moderately challenge, the nuclear power industry. Author’s note, 19 June 2011: The following report ... Read more

Fukushima: It’s much worse than you think

Scientific experts believe Japan’s nuclear disaster to be far worse than governments are revealing to the public. By Dahr Jamail Al Jazeera, June 16, 2011 “Fukushima is the biggest industrial catastrophe in the history of mankind,” Arnold Gundersen, a former nuclear industry senior vice president, told Al Jazeera. Japan’s 9.0 earthquake on March 11 caused a massive tsunami that crippled the cooling systems at the ... Read more

A 35% Spike in Infant Mortality in Northwest Cities Since Meltdown: Is the Dramatic Increase in Baby Deaths in the US a Result of Fukushima Fallout?

By Janette D. Sherman, MD and Joseph Mangano Counterpunch, June10-12, 2011 U.S. babies are dying at an increased rate. While the United States spends billions on medical care, as of 2006, the US ranked 28th in the world in infant mortality, more than twice that of the lowest ranked countries. (DHHS, CDC, National Center for Health Statistics. Health United States 2010, Table 20, p. 131, February 2011.) The recent CDC Morbidity and Mortality ... Read more