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- In Memory of Rhisiart Gwilym
- Stunning Short History – of Why the World has Gone Mad!
- A new monarch is crowned in Westminster Abbey
- One week of Labour NHS bullshit!
- Is it even legal? – More about common law
- Claire Daly – Ukraine War
- What’s it all about, Alfie
- Commuter – An installation by Rob Godfrey
- Renovations in France
- It’s all rapidly collapsing
- One of the craziest police pursuits I’ve ever seen
- So what are ‘Five Minute Cities’?
- The No-Nato Protest
- Sandi Adams talks Dystopia
- Blood on the Turntables – Malcolm McLaren vs John Lydon
- George Galloway at the Oxford Union
- Tony Benn on The Media and the Political Process
- Everything You Wanted To Know About Zelensky But Was Afraid To Ask
- Richie Allen Show – Andrew Brigen Statement
- Died Suddenly
Tag Archives: Fukushima
Plutonium is good for you: or, happy astroturfing
This week the Guardian published an article (in CIF America) about Fukushima. The article, by Richard Schiffman, went over much the same ground as my recent post about Fukushima (see here). Of course in no time at all the astroturf … Continue reading
Posted in Politics, Science Tagged astroturfing, CIF America, climate change, corruption in the 21st century, Dr. Helen Caldicott, Fukushima, Fukushima Daiichi, Germany nuclear power plants, Guardian newspaper, oil companies astroturf campaigns, Plutonium is good for you, Richard Schiffman, Robert Alvarez, Senator Ron Wyden, Siemens, Steve Skutnik, TEPCO, The Energy Collective, Tokyo Electric Power Company 31 Comments
Gawd, I haven’t said anything about Fukushima for almost a month!
Not intentionally; it’s just that there’s so much other major news happening at the moment (I haven’t known a year like this since 1989). The nuclear crisis at Fukushima has now been going on for two months. Nothing is even … Continue reading
Posted in Politics, Science Tagged Fukushima, Russia Today 2 Comments