Tag Archives: Arnie Gundersen

SPECIAL: U-Chicago Atomic Propaganda Orgy Decoded by Fairewinds’ Arnie Gundersen & NEIS – Errors, Omissions & Lies, Oh My! – via Nuclear Hotsat

The University of Chicago produced a month-long orgy of pro-nuclear self-congratulations to celebrate the first atomic pile, the chain reaction which started our collective nuclear nightmare.  The events culminated in a Symposium, “Nuclear Reaction,”  held on December 1, 2017, featuring … Continue reading

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The 75th Anniversary of Chicago’s Nuclear Contribution To The World via WBEZ

Seventy-five years ago, famed scientist Enrico Fermi and a group of his colleagues at the University of Chicago launched an experiment that forever changed the course of humanity — the first controlled nuclear chain reaction. And the anniversary couldn’t be … Continue reading

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Radiation Cloud Over Europe, Not ‘Harmless’ to Those near Unknown Source, Nuclear Expert Says via EnviroNews

An airborne plume of radioactive ruthenium 106 from a nuclear accident was detected “in the atmosphere of the majority of European countries,” from late September through mid-October, according to France’s Radioprotection and Nuclear Safety Institute (IRSN) — but the source is still … Continue reading

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Should GE’s Mark 1 Nuclear Reactor Be Recalled Worldwide Like a Faulty Unsafe Automobile? (Pt. 5) via EnviroNews

(EnviroNews DC Bureau) — Editor’s Note: The following news piece represents the fifth in a 15-part mini-series titled, Nuclear Power in Our World Today, featuring nuclear authority, engineer and whistleblower Arnie Gundersen. The EnviroNews USA special encompasses a wide span of topics, ranging from Manhattan-era … Continue reading

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Hurricane Season and Atomic Power Reactors via Fairewinds Energy Education

By Maggie Gundersen & Ben Shulman-Reed The Fairewinds Crew has been inundated with questions about Hurricane Harvey and the nuclear power plant in Texas. Here’s our latest info: The South Texas Project (STP) is a two-unit atomic power reactor located … Continue reading

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Radioactive Hot Particles Still Afloat Throughout Japan Six Years After Fukushima Meltdowns via BuzzFlash.com

[…] Radioactive particles of uranium, thorium, radium, cesium, strontium, polonium, tellurium and americium are still afloat throughout Northern Japan more than six years after a tsunami slammed into the Fukushima Daiichi Power Plant causing three full-blown nuclear meltdowns. That was … Continue reading

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Radioactively-hot particles detected in dusts and soils from Northern Japan by combination of gamma spectrometry, autoradiography, and SEM/EDS analysis and implications in radiation risk assessment via Science of the Total Environment

Mark Kaltofen and Arnie Gundersen   1. Introduction The March 11, 2011 Great East Japan earthquake and ensuing tsunami resulted in the loss of > 15,889 lives (JNPA). The earthquake and tsunami also caused catastrophic damage to four of the six … Continue reading

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Fukushima Impossible to Decontaminate, Chernobyl, TMI w/ A Gundersen (Video) via The Daily Coin

An opportunity to learn more about three of the most disastrous nuclear accidents and their global impact: Three Mile Island (March 1979), Chernobyl (April 1986) and Fukushima (March 2011). These dates mark the beginning of catastrophic events that will impact … Continue reading

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Smokescreen(2min15sec animation) via Fairewinds Energy Education

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Is solar power in nuclear disaster exclusion zones advisable? via Bulletin of Atomic Scientists

By Arnold Gundersen A July 2016 article in The Guardian said that the country of Ukraine has been soliciting funds for a proposed project to turn extensive swathes of ground adjacent to Chernobyl into a gigantic solar collector full of … Continue reading

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