Via the Associated Press. Even though we have 23 nuclear power plants with the same flawed design as Fukushima, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission and FEMA thinks it's more important to practice for terrorist assaults than the very real danger
April 10, 1979 - Tornadoes tear up Mid-West, leaving 59 dead. Truckers Strike in tentative settlement. Steel Workers strike. Tanzania troops take Uganda Capital of Kampala, end of Idi Amin regime. Begin calls Sadat to discuss "personal matters". Iran Executes 13 by firing squad. Tests around 3 Mile Island Nuclear facility prove negative. 41 days of testimony in Marvin vs. Marvin case ends.
Mary Osborn Ouassiai, Harrisburg resident, at the Health Effects of Three Mile Island Nuclear Policy Institute symposium, presented by Nuclear Information and Resource Service, Physicians for Social Responsibility-Chicago and Dr. Helen
Fox Nuclear 'Experts' Sound Just Like J. Frank Parnell: 'Ra-di-a-tion. Yes, Indeed. You Hear The Most Outrageous Lies About It.'
Not only is Fox News now racing to promote the narrative that the meltdown the Fukushima nuclear plant in Japan, in the wake of this week's killer earthquake and tsunamis, is really nothing for anyone (and especially not Americans!) to worry
More Plans Gone Wrong - Face The Nation interviews Sen. Gary Hart regarding the situation at the Three Mile Island Nuclear Power Plant. The broadcast is interrupted by the arrival of President Carter at the Three Mile Island facility.
It's been a long time since nuclear power was in the public eye, and now that we're running out of oil, it seems like a good alternative to people w
(Yes, it's worse than what they're telling you, but I can't tell you how bad.") "Senator Hart, you say there is a risk of a catastrophic accident a
"Relief and a measure of optimism prevail this morning near the site of the Three Mile Island nuclear plant. Nuclear Regulatory Commission officials
"Even though this has been the most serious accident that has occurred with a nuclear power plant in the twenty-five year history of commercial nucl
("Nothing serious . . . .really . . .honest!) Around four in the morning on March 28, 1979, a series of events would eventually turn into one of th
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