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FUKUSHIMA & OTHER NUKE DISASTERS

Nov 03 10:12

Former WHO Official: Fukushima plant is dumping nuclear waste into ocean on a daily basis; “There’s no foreseeable end to it… and nobody has any good ideas on how to stop it”

TEPCO announced] the construction of seaside walls to block radiation-contaminated groundwater from seeping into the sea has been completed at the crippled Fukushima No. 1 nuclear power plant… TEPCO officials said the underground walls will reduce the daily flow of contaminated groundwater into the sea from the previous estimated 400 tons to 10 tons. However, they said it will take a month or two to confirm the effectiveness of the barriers.

Oct 31 07:15

Outrage! Tainted Water Spills at St. Louis Landfill Where Underground Fire Burns

Oct 29 17:57

Washington’s South China Sea provocation and the spectre of World War III

WWIII! This ought to take their minds off Satanic, hyper-inflated, homeless, jobless, fracked and oil-soaked, Fukushima irradiated police state we foisted on them via the 9/11 and London 7/7 false-flag attacks!

Oct 28 12:38

Residents in St Louis dying in record numbers from World War II radioactive waste

According to a 1990 article in the New York Times, the toxic waste was dumped secretly with the approval of the federal government.

“Reporters here asked questions about the trucks that were hauling dirt from the plant to land bordering the airport,” the article reads.

“The concerns disappeared after the Government and Mallinckrodt said the wastes were ‘not radioactive or otherwise dangerous’.”

Oct 28 11:44

Breaking: Radioactive Landfill Leaking Hazardous Waste (St. Louis MO)

Oct 26 15:16

Inside The Most Dangerous Place In The Planet, Fukushima Exclusion Zone

In this video Luke Rudkowski and Tim Pool give you a brief recap of their trip inside the Fukushima exclusion zone that is still closed down.

Oct 24 11:26

Hilarious: Trumps Asks Why Ben Carson Is Ahead In Iowa Polls: "Too much Monsanto in the corn creates issues in the brain?"

Referring to his competitor Ben Carson showing ahead in Iowa primary polls, Donald Trump retweeted "#BenCarson is now leading in the #polls in #Iowa. Too much #Monsanto in the #corn creates issues in the brain? #Trump #GOP." The good news is that Trump is not only hip to the evils of Monsanto and GMO Franken-food, but he also dares to tell the truth about poison vaccines and autism. Very interesting development.

Oct 24 10:50

Radioactive Waste, The Wigner Effect & Fukushima

On this edition of DTRH Popeye breaks down, in an easy to understand manner, the reality of our current nuclear problems. In the first hour he covers in detail: The ongoing problems of nuclear waste storage; What nuclear waste actually consists of, and The Wigner Effect. In hour number two he is joined by special guest co-host Christina Consolo aka RadChick. Christina covers Wigner a little more in depth, and then her and Popeye delve into the current situation with the ongoing nuclear clusterf**k that is the Fukushima Daiichi Nuke Facility. One of the most dire problems at the moment is the massive amounts of radioactive groundwater now seeping up into the plant and the surrounding land, which they cover in depth. In the last section of the show the two of them offer hope with solutions for what seems to be a no win situation. Make sure to take the time to hear this important broadcast, and share it as much as you can.

Oct 24 10:31

“Nuclear fire” erupts at radioactive facility near major US city — Footage shows underground explosions, massive smoke plumes

Oct 22, 2015 : Government officials are still looking into what may have caused a low-level radiological storage facility [~100 miles outside Las Vegas] to go up in flames… “We didn’t even hear about it when it happened, according to Cindy Craig, a resident. “We weren’t even get told about it until the next day.”

Oct 24 03:22

Fukushima: the First Cancers Emerge

The Japanese government has made its first admission that a worker at the Fukushima nuclear plant developed cancer as a following decontamination work after the 2011 disaster.

The man worked at the damaged plant for over a year, during which he was exposed to 19.8 millisieverts of radiation, four times the Japanese exposure limit. He is suffering from leukemia.

Oct 23 12:15

Putin warns: ‘Global war likely, nuclear options have irreversible consequences’

Russian President Vladamir Putin has once again marked his “return to the world stage” recently achieving “regional ambitions while simultaneously fighting terrorism” in Syria as pointed out by journalist Tyler Durden in an article published Thursday.

Oct 23 11:17

The West Coast Animal Die-offs & Fukushima

On this edition of DTRH Popeye is joined by guest co-host Christina Consolo aka RadChick for a two hour broadcast discussing Fukushima; the health effects of radiation; and the mass animal die-offs along the west coast of the United States, and Canada, with special guests Leuren Moret & Laurens Battis. Leuren Moret is an internationally recognized Geo-scientist and specialist on the environmental and biological effects of ionizing radiation, and has been hosted as a speaker around the world to educate people about the reality of nuclear energy and nuclear weapons. Laurens Battis is a TV, film, audio, and computer engineer; and entrepreneur, with a prior career in journalism. They both work together as an amazing team to spread the truth about Fukushima, the dangers of radiation, The Winger Effect, and more. Tune into this insightful and powerful broadcast.

Oct 23 08:02

Radiation Sensors in Major U.S. Cities Turned Off By EPA


Environmental Protection Agency officials confirmed 99 of 135 beta-radiation sensors in its RadNet system—which monitors in all 50 states, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico—aren’t working and have been turned off. Officials blame electromagnetic interference from sources such as cellphone towers and said efforts to resolve the problem have been unsuccessful

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How convenient, what with underground fires nearing radioactive waste dumps in moth St. Louis and Nevada!

Oct 21 10:35

For the First Time, Japan Finally Admits Fukushima Radiation Caused a Former Worker’s Cancer

Despite the fact that Fukushima children are showing 50 times the normal rates of thyroid cancer, and other former employees who have come down with, in some cases, multiple types of cancer are suing TEPCO for damages in relation to the 2011 disaster, up until now neither TEPCO, nor the Japanese government have officially admitted that radiation released from the destroyed Fukushima Daiichi nuclear reactor could be responsible.

Well now Japan has officially acknowledged for the first time that a case of leukemia in one of the plant’s former workers “meets the conditions” to be recognized as caused by Fukushima radiation, according to a Japanese Ministry of Health official at a recent press conference.

This is a big deal. The Japanese government didn’t even admit this possibility when Masao Yoshida, the director of the plant at the time of the accident until six months after the fact, later died of cancer.

Oct 21 09:21

Former US Gov’t Official: “The elephant in the room is Fukushima radiation” when it comes to Pacific Ocean animal die-offs… Gov’t has totally failed to inform public about full extent of fallout… Media’s silence is deafening

In the aftermath of Japan’s Fukushima nuclear power meltdown… the international community has totally failed in keeping the public properly informed and protected from the fallout. Scientists and environmental officials continue to express concern, even now, at the unusual events and wonder about the causes. At the same time, the media present the facts, but fail to make any connection whatsoever to the ongoing state of affairs stemming from the tragic 2011 events at Fukushima. Here are a few recent examples… A September 2015 audio report from Robin Corcoran, biologist from the Kodiak Wildlife National Refuge, confirms local reports that “emaciated” bird carcasses are washing up on Kodiak Island shores… The program concluded by stating that multiple species of birds have declined in number in other Alaska regions… A few days before the Kodiak reports… Josh Saranpaa of the Wildlife Center of the North Coast was quoted as saying, “Every bird we’re seeing is starving to death.

Oct 21 09:17

FLASHBACK - MONSTERS LIVE AMONG US

Now imagine living with that fear, day after day after day; fear for yourself, fear for the lives and health of your loved ones. Imagine the long sleepless nights wondering if the next day will invite the killer into your home; if the rain will wash the killer onto the food you will eat.

Imagine.

Then imagine a monster so evil they would inflict that endless fear onto innocent and unoffending people.

Then stop imagining, because it really happened, but just once but twice.

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Oct 20 18:15

Officials squabble as underground fire burns near radioactive waste dump in St. Louis area

A fire is smoldering beneath a landfill in a densely populated suburb of St. Louis — and it has been there for five years.

Underground landfill fires, or "smoldering events" as some officials call them, aren't rare. What makes the fire at the landfill in Bridgeton, Mo., so unusual is that it's less than a quarter of a mile from a large deposit of nuclear waste — with no barrier in its way.

The radioactive legacy of St. Louis' role in the World War II atomic weapons program has unleashed Cold War-style nuclear paranoia in the area, as some residents debate what kind of gas masks to buy or whether to move away.

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Oh? And who do you suppose will buy your house?

Oct 20 18:13

Underground fire 300 meters from nuclear waste causes St. Louis to hatch contingency plan

Beneath the surface of a St. Louis-area landfill lurk two things that should never meet: a slow-burning fire and a cache of Cold War-era nuclear waste, separated by just 300 meters.

Government officials have quietly adopted an emergency plan in case the smoldering embers ever reach the waste, a potentially “catastrophic event” that could send up a plume of radioactive smoke over a densely populated area near the city’s main airport.

Although the fire at Bridgeton Landfill has been burning since at least 2010, the plan for a worst-case scenario was developed only a year ago and never publicized until this week, when St. Louis radio station KMOX first obtained a copy.

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Oct 14 08:16

Fukushima Radiation in Pacific Reaches West Coast

The amount of cesium in seawater that Buesseler’s researchers found off Vancouver Island is nearly six times the concentration recorded since cesium was first introduced into the oceans by nuclear bomb tests (halted in 1963). This stunning increase in Pacific cesium shows an ongoing increase. The International Business Times (IBT) reported last Nov. 12 that Dr. Buesseler found the amount of cesium-134 in the same waters was then about twice the concentration left in long-standing bomb test remains.

Oct 13 15:18

Fukushima Tomioka the abandoned city

Oct 08 16:34

“Fukushima Children” Show 50x Normal Rate of Thyroid Cancer

Is radiation from nuclear meltdown literally sucking the life out of those growing up nearest do the accident site in Japan?

A new analysis of data from Fukushima suggests children exposed to the March 2011 nuclear accident may be developing thyroid cancer at an elevated rate.

Read more at The Daily Sheeple

Oct 08 10:37

St. Louis Prepares For "Catastrophic Event" As Underground Fire Nears Nuclear Waste Cache

Beneath the surface of a St. Louis-area landfill lurk two things that should never meet: a slow-burning fire and a cache of Cold War-era nuclear waste, separated by no more than 1,200 feet.

Oct 08 09:36

Children Who Live Near Fukushima Have Alarming Cancer Rates

A new study says children living near the Fukushima nuclear meltdowns have been diagnosed with thyroid cancer at a rate 20 to 50 times that of children elsewhere, a difference the authors contend undermines the government's position that more cases have been discovered in the area only because of stringent monitoring.

Most of the 370,000 children in Fukushima prefecture (state) have been given ultrasound checkups since the March 2011 meltdowns at the tsunami-ravaged Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear plant. The most recent statistics, released in August, show that thyroid cancer is suspected or confirmed in 137 of those children, a number that rose by 25 from a year earlier. Elsewhere, the disease occurs in only about one or two of every million children per year by some estimates.

"This is more than expected and emerging faster than expected," lead author Toshihide Tsuda told The Associated Press during a visit to Tokyo. "This is 20 times to 50 times what would be normally expected."

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That the Japanese people have not thrown out every politician who was "serving" at the time of the Fukushima disaster, and prevented TEPCO from doing business in their country, still amazes me.

The health damage and deaths from this preventable catastrophe will haunt the Japanese people for a long time to come.

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Oct 01 06:24

NBC: Radioactive debris on beach at California nuclear plant — Magazine: Bombshell report reveals radiation cover-up — Experts: “Unbelievable what they’re doing there”… “We still don’t know how high those levels were”

NBC TV Investigation Finds Evidence Of Radioactive Debris On Beach At San Onofre — An investigation by KNSD-TV Channel 7 , the NBC affiliate in San Diego, has dropped a bombshell regarding efforts to cover-up lax handling of nuclear waste and radiation leaks at the San Onofre Nuclear Generating Stations…

Sep 30 12:01

High radiation level recorded in Chernobyl-contaminated area in central Russia

Authorities have recorded high background radiation levels in central Russia’s Tula region, bordering the Moscow region and part of the contaminated area after the 1986 Chernobyl nuclear disaster in Ukraine. Tula Region Governor Vladimir Gruzdev said a study carried out in more than 1,300 settlements of the so-called "Chernobyl zone" has found that "the level of contamination in 20 settlements is higher than expected." The Tula region was contaminated to the most extent among the Russian regions following the nuclear disaster. Experts say some 56% of the territory was affected in the region, which is home to more than 640,000 people. The zone adjacent to the Chernobyl NPP had been hit by peat bog fires during the whole summer. A total of 136 fire outbreaks were recorded on the area of 115 hectares. In June, the blaze approached the NPP and the background radiation level sharply increased.

Sep 30 08:48

Boeing helped government cover up worst nuclear disaster in US history

Los Angeles, CA — A year long, two-part investigation by NBC affiliate NBC4 Southern California revealed last week that the United States government hid what experts call “the worst nuclear disaster in U.S. history.” Part 1 detailed how the catastrophe occurred and how the leaked radiation might be affecting the health of nearby residents.

Sep 29 14:01

Is Boeing Helping the Feds Cover Up the Worst Nuke Disaster in US History?

Aviation giant Boeing Co. is spending money on lobbyists and court cases in an effort to cover up one of the worst nuclear disasters in American history and avoid paying millions to clean up the still-contaminated site. In 1959, the Santa Susana Field Laboratory (SSFL) north of Los Angeles leaked more than 300 times the allowable amount of radiation into surrounding neighborhoods, according to an in-depth investigation by NBC4 Southern California. That contamination is now linked to up to a 60% increase in cancer in the area...

Sep 28 02:03

Fukushima: 0.88 MBq/km2 of Cs-134/137 falling in Tokyo monthly

According to Japan's Nuclear Regulation Authority, Tokyo is still receiving fallout from the disaster stricken Fukushima nuclear plant.

A report released on August 312st 2015 showed that 0.88 MBq/km2 of Caesium 134 and 137 isotopes fell on Tokyo during the month of July. The sampling location was Shinjuku.

Sep 23 14:43

Radiation Impact Studies: Chernobyl and Fukushima

Some nuclear advocates suggest that wildlife thrives in the highly-radioactive Chernobyl Exclusion Zone, animals like it, and not only that, a little radiation for anybody and everybody is harmless and maybe good, not bad. This may seem like a senseless argument to tackle were it not for the persistence of positive-plus commentary by nuke lovers. The public domain deserves better, more studied, more crucial answers.

Fortunately, as well as unfortunately, the world has two major real life archetypes of radiation’s impact on the ecosystem: Chernobyl and Fukushima. Chernobyl is a sealed-off 30klm restricted zone for the past 30 years because of high radiation levels, whereas PM Abe’s government in Japan has already started returning people to formerly restricted zones surrounding the ongoing Fukushima nuclear melt-down.

Sep 23 14:07

Fukushima disaster was preventable – new study

Fukushima, the worst nuclear disaster in Japan’s history was preventable, a new USC study claims.

Sep 23 10:18

Vancouver Aquarium’s Radioactive Cover-Up

An Open Letter To The Vancouver Aquarium: Jay Cullen’s Blatant Lack Of Transparency

From: Richard Wilcox
September 23, 2015

I just watched the video now on YouTube featuring presentations by Ken Buessler and Jay Cullen regarding ocean radiation pollution from the Fukushima nuclear disaster.

In his introduction Jay Cullen did not reveal that the nuclear industry is one of the funding sources for his research. It is outrageous that the Board Chair for Meopar, the organization that oversees Cullen’s research on this issue, is also the president and CEO of Canadian Nuclear Laboratories...

Sep 21 13:18

The Fukushima Fix

Japan’s Abe government claims portions of Fukushima Prefecture (original population 2 million) are safe for habitation, radioactivity is acceptable; whereas scientific data by third-party NGOs indicates otherwise, stay away!

Sep 20 08:51

Over 700 Fukushima waste bags swept away by torrential floods

Extensive and destructive floods across eastern Japan have swept more than 700 bags containing Fukushima-contaminated soil and grass into Japan’s rivers, with many still unaccounted for and some spilling their radioactive content into the water system.

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Sep 18 08:38

Potassium iodide pills coming to Scarborough residents living near Pickering Nuclear Plant

Scarborough residents within 10 kilometres of the Pickering Nuclear Plant will soon get potassium iodide (KI) pills in the mail.

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Oh? Any particular reason?!?

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Sep 09 21:11

Which U.S. City is Likely to be Sacrificed During a Nuclear False Flag?

Look at the prevailing winds fallout map. Someplace in Florida is my best bet.

Sep 09 06:11

Former Fukushima Worker Who Got Cancer Is Suing TEPCO

In a first, a former worker at the Fukushima Daiichi No. 1 Nuclear Power Plant has filed a lawsuit against the majority-Japanese-government-owned Tokyo Electric Power Company for cancer he says he developed after exposure to radiation from the March 2011 disaster.

Via The Japan Times:

According to his complaint, cancer was detected in his bladder in June 2012, in his stomach in March 2013 and in his sigmoid colon in May 2013 after he worked as a heavy equipment operator at Fukushima No. 1 between July and October 2011.

It would be the first time someone has officially, directly linked the Fukushima incident to cancer, so authorities are probably going to want to discredit him and make this one go away as fast as possible.

In fact, the man tried to file for workers compensation, but he was denied.

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Sep 08 07:39

Fukushima? Extremely high radiation levels all across America

“We have a very very serious problem. Nobody apparently believes it to be so, but my guess is that the folks at the highest levels of our world governments are preparing for the societal breakdown once this ‘cat’ gets out of the proverbial bag. 20 years? Who knows? But one thing is clear: As the Pacific Ocean dies, so do the rest of the world’s oceans in time. The onslaught of the radiation is never ending in human lifespans.”

Sep 06 07:52

NRC PROPOSED REVISIONS DRASTICALLY RAISE ALLOWABLE RADIATION --- BECAUSE "ITS GOOD FOR" EVEN PREGNANT MOTHERS AND THE UNBORN FETUS

NO. REALLY:

..Public doses should be raised to worker doses. The petitioner notes that “these low doses may be hormetic. The petitioner goes on to ask, “why deprive the public of the benefits of low dose radiation?”...

and

...End differential doses to pregnant women, embryos and fetuses, and children under 18 years of age...

PLEASE HELP SPREAD THE WORD: INTELLIGENT COMMENTS ARE NEEDED AND SOON -- DEADLINE IS SEPTEMBER 8

THAT'S IN TWO DAYS.

Sep 03 07:36

This nuclear power plant has been dubbed California’s Fukushima

According to a PG&E Diablo Canyon operator, "Diablo Canyon Power Plant is a safe, clean, reliable and vital energy resource for California and a significant economic engine for the Central Coast. The plant provides low-cost, carbon-free electricity for more than three million people and ensures that PG&E delivers some of the cleanest energy in the nation to its customers."

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They said the same thing about the power station at Fukushima.

They said the same thing about the power station at Three Mile Island.

They said the same thing about the power station at Chernobyl.

And if I recall correctly, PG&E was the company that assured the people of Hinkley, California that the hexavalent chromium contaminating their ground water was actually a totally different and harmless chemical. PG&E's lie was eventually exposed and PG&E had to eventually pay $333 million to cover the medical bills of all the people they had made sick.

So I would be very cautious about any safety claims made by PG&E!

Sep 03 07:23

Fracking Creates Massive Radiation Waste Problem

By Sayer Ji

The EPA openly acknowledges that fracking fluid contains “thousands of chemicals,” but nowhere is there mention of radioactivity in its risk assessments. Now, a new study reveals the “natural gas” industry may be hiding a secret as dark and deadly as the one the nuclear industry has been trying to conceal for decades...

Sep 02 14:05

Fukushima Report Dangerously Downplays Ongoing Health Risks: Greenpeace

“The IAEA report actively supports the Abe government’s and the global nuclear industry’s agenda to make it appear that things can return to normal after a nuclear disaster.”

A new report from the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) “downplays” the continuing environmental and health effects of the Fukushima nuclear meltdown while supporting the Japanese government’s agenda to normalize the ongoing disaster, Greenpeace Japan charged on Tuesday.

Sep 02 13:19

Radioactive material shipped to Texas A&M located after reported missing

A shipment of radioactive material weighing 27 pounds sent to an on-campus office at Texas A&M University reported missing has been located, officials announced Tuesday.

The university released the following statement Tuesday afternoon:

"Texas A&M University has located the radioactive source package that was missing. It was found in one of our secure hazardous material storage facilities. The package was unopened, undamaged and in its original shipping condition. The package is safe for transportation and storage and the community was never in any danger.”

A FedEx spokesperson told Fox News on Tuesday the package was delivered to the university as scheduled on August 21.

Sep 02 12:04

NRC Rejects Recommendation to Require Nuclear Plant Owners to Establish Plans to Address a Core-Melt Accident

The U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) has rejected the recommendation of the high-level task force it convened after the March 2011 Fukushima disaster to require nuclear plant owners to develop and maintain plans for coping with a core-melt accident. This decision will allow nuclear plants to continue to maintain those plans voluntarily and deny the agency the authority to review those plans or issue citations if they are deficient.

“Once again, the NRC is ignoring a key lesson of the Fukushima accident: Emergency plans are not worth the paper they are printed on unless they are rigorously developed, maintained and periodically exercised,” said Edwin Lyman, a senior scientist at the Union of Concerned Scientists (UCS). “When it comes to these critical safety measures, the NRC is allowing the industry to regulate itself.”

Sep 01 09:04

Cs-134/137 detected from 9 of 9 pond smelt samples in Gunma

From the report of Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare published on 8/24/2015, significant density of Cs-134/137 was detected from all of 9 pond smelt samples.

The sampling locations were Gunma prefecture. The samples were collected this August.

Because Cs-134 was detected from 8 of these 9 samples, it is clearly from Fukushima accident.

The highest reading was 62 Bq/Kg.

Sep 01 08:41

Child cancers ‘attributable’ to Fukushima disaster ‘unlikely’ to increase – IAEA

The IAEA remains certain that thyroid cancers among kids attributable to the Fukushina accident are unlikely to increase, while providing no conclusive data on the exact amount of radioactive exposure suffered by civilian population in the vicinity of the nuclear plant.

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"Besides, we'll just attribute all future cancers to ... ummmm ... human-caused global warming! Yeah, that's it, human-caused global warming causes cancer!" -- IADIOTS

Aug 29 09:45

Flying over Fukushima: Spooky drone footage of abandoned nuke station

Drone flies over abandoned Fukushima nuclear power plant, which was seriously damaged in 2011 by tsunami that caused equipment failures and radioactive leaks.

Aug 27 08:43

Record-breaking typhoon to make direct hit on Japan’s only restarted nuclear plant

Kyodo/Jiji, Aug 24, 2015 (emphasis added): Typhoon Goni… was poised to make a landfall on Kyushu on Tuesday morning… [JMA] alerted residents in… western Japan that there could be landslides and floods. Violent winds are expected in Kyushu from early Tuesday… Waves as high as 9 to 12 meters [39.3 feet] were forecast in seas around Kyushu.

PTI, Aug 24, 2015: Packing gusts up to 252 kilometres per hour [157 mph], Goni today was… on course directly to hit Kyushu island tomorrow…

Jiji, Aug 24, 2015: Powerful Typhoon Goni slammed into… Japan’s Okinawa Prefecture Sunday night… The typhoon registered a maximum instantaneous wind speed of 71.0 meters per second [159 mph] on Ishigaki, the strongest on record there.

Aug 27 05:17

Media blackout: Canada plans to dump nuclear waste less than mile from U.S. border

Over the last few years, the United States has not had the best track record with Deep Geologic Repositories (DGR) for nuclear waste. In February of 2014, the U.S.’ DGR, known as the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant (WIPP), had two separate incidents that compromised the integrity of the project by releasing airborne radioactive contamination.

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