Nevada wants to BURN toxic chemicals and rad waste at Rocky Flats this spring – Dr. Leuren Moret Says “NO!”

7 05 2015

News story about the burn plan

Dr. Moret is a  renowned rad_sign  geoscientist and is an expert on health effects of ionizing radiation. She is famous as a whistle-blower on nuclear weapons lab science fraud and graft.

This is her letter to House Subcommitte on the Interior Chair, Joe Skeen dated April 14, 2001 –


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His address  –

Chairman Joe Skeen  (new guy is Rep. Mark Amodei from Nev.)
Subcommittee on Interior and Related Agencies Appropriations
B-308 Rayburn House Office Building
Washington, D.C.   20515

Feel free to write your own letter!

Others on the committee   |   Look up tel./contact for your rep.

Leuren Moret Interview by Paul Sandhu –




Fukushima, Japan NEWS for June 17, 2011

17 06 2011

Fukushima’s emergency power failure traced to U.S. design

The accident at the Fukushima No. 1 nuclear power plant following the Great East Japan Earthquake and tsunami of March 11 quickly worsened and spun out of control because the U.S.-styled design for its emergency power sources had been adopted without modification 40 years ago–a source at Tokyo Electric Power Co., the plant operator, told The Asahi Shimbun.

In the U.S. design, emergency power generators are installed underground to guard against tornadoes and hurricanes. The Fukushima plant was, however, swamped when the tsunami rose more than 10 meters above the normal sea level along the coast and knocked out its power supply in the blink of an eye.

In the U.S. nightmarish scenario, used in the 1960s to draw up protection measures against nuclear plant disasters, violent winds, as strong as 360 kph, strike the plant. A giant tree growing nearby, uprooted and airborne, crashes through the walls of a reactor building like a missile and destroys the emergency power sources. The emergency power generator is located in a turbine building, which has thinner walls than the reactor building next door. Thus, it was deemed safer to install the emergency power generator underground to protect it from a “tree missile,” explained the TEPCO source. . .  (more)

Is Iodine-131 Killing Babies In Philly?

A researcher says the death rate among babies is up 48 percent since Iodine-131 was found in Philadelphia’s drinking water
Joseph Mangano is is the executive director of the Radiation And Public Health Project in New York, which is made of up scientists and health professionals.
There has been a recent spike, in infant deaths in Philadelphia, and Mangano says radioactive levels, in our water could be to blame. . .  (more) 

Chinese scientists to check radioactivity contamination in western Pacific

On June 16, a group of investigators nominated by the State Oceanic Administration of China set sail to the western Pacific Ocean to conduct a radioactivity monitoring test.
The mission is scheduled to last for a month, and the team will travel about 5,000 nautical miles. . .  (more)

Japan cleanup of radioactive water hits snag

TOKYO, June 17 (Reuters) – Japan’s crisis-hit nuclear power plant could spill more radioactive water into the sea within a week unless engineers can fix a glitch in a new system to clean up pools of contaminated water, officials said. . . . (more) 


The Fukushima Big Lie Flies High 

Babies are dying at a 35% increased rate in 8 N.W. U.S. cities since the Fukushima meltdowns

11 06 2011

Am women pay highest price for Fukushima cover-up: 35% more dead babies

 Americans will pay a high price for government and media cover-up and deception  related to Fukushima radiation, such as telling women that there are only trace levels of radiation from Fukushima and that these are harmless.
A report by Mangano, executive director of the   Radiation and Public Health Project  and co-authored by Janette Sherman about increased infant morbidity since the Fukushima catastrophe, highlights that although the United States spends billions on medical care, as of 2006, the US ranked 28th in the world in infant mortality, over twice that of the lowest ranked countries.  . . .  (more)