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Fracking Study Yields High Levels of Radioactivity via Niagara Falls Reporter

In a study published last month in the Journal of Environmental Science and Technology, researchers from Duke University,, led by Professors Robert Jackson and Avner Vengosh, reported finding high levels of radioactivity, salts and metals in the water and sediments … Continue reading

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Wrecking the Earth: Fracking has grave radiation risks few talk about via

Environmentalists point to various dangerous consequences of using fracking technology, but none can be compared to the issue of radiation exposure and radioactive contamination of the development areas it poses. […] Deep down in the earth, there is a lot … Continue reading

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Radiation expert exposes dangers to Ohioans from fracking via The FreshWater Accountability Project Ohio

The FreshWater Accountability Project Ohio ( today released a report on the presence and dangers of radiation present throughout the horizontal hydraulic fracturing (fracking) industry that is extracting minerals in Ohio. The report, authored by Dr. Marvin Resnikoff, a longtime … Continue reading

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Science is objective—but are all scientists objective? via Nation of Change

By Karl Grossman August 25, 2020 There is science—and then there is scientific vested interests. With a denier of science in The White House—whether it has to do with the climate crisis or Covid-19 and so on—there is a major … Continue reading

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Ohio House OKs use of oil and gas brine for road de-icing via Cleveland Plain Dealer

COLUMBUS, Ohio—The Ohio House of Representatives on Thursday passed legislation allowing brine from vertical oil and gas drilling to be used for road de-icing, despite concerns that the salty liquid contains dangerous and radioactive chemicals. House Bill 393, which heads … Continue reading

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Communities offered £1m a year to host nuclear waste dump via The Guardian

New search for communities willing to host underground site for thousands of years Local communities around England, Wales and Northern Ireland will be offered £1m a year to volunteer to host an underground nuclear waste disposal facility for thousands of … Continue reading

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Ukraine Energy Wars Are Leading To A Fukushima-Chernobyl Debacle In Europe via Nuclear News

(Archives edition Looking back on the dodgy Ukrainian nuclear energy industry a possible source of HEU for Jihadists in our latest report By Yoichi Shimatsu Exclusvie to Rense 1-5-15) Clashes over energy in Ukraine between the West and Russia could … Continue reading

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Proposal Would Permit Radiation Exposures Equivalent to 250 Chest X-Rays a Year Washington, D.C. – Yesterday, the U.S. EPA quietly issued proposals to allow radioactive contamination in drinking water at concentrations vastly greater than allowed under the Safe Drinking Water … Continue reading

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Radioactivity in Marcellus Shale Gas Wells Threaten Public Health and Contaminate Environment via Delaware River Network

[…] The levels and amount of radioactive materials being released in Pennsylvania are alarming and demand immediate action by PADEP for the sake of the public’s health and the environment,” said Maya van Rossum, the Delaware Riverkeeper. “PADEP’s TENORM Report … Continue reading

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Activists Permanently Shut Down Vermont Yankee Nuke Plant Today via Eco Watch

By Harvey Wasserman The Vermont Yankee atomic reactor goes permanently off-line today, Dec. 29, 2014. Citizen activists have made it happen. The number of licensed U.S. commercial reactors is now under 100 where once it was to be 1,000. Decades of … Continue reading

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