Tag Archives: Three Mile Island

RADIOACTIVE: The Women of Three Mile Island New Film by Heidi Hutner has World Premiere via Nuclear Hotseat

NH #598 This Week’s Feature: It’s hard to get the full picture of what nuclear is and what it does across to the general public. Isolated news stories, nuclear industry full-press spin, ADHD news cycles, and the public’s general lack … Continue reading

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‘Atoms and Ashes,’ a Frightening Tour of Six Nuclear Accidents via The New York Times

Serhii Plokhy writes about Three Mile Island, Chernobyl and other disasters, and about the common impulse among governments “to hide information and, later, to spin or distort it.” By Jennifer Szalai ATOMS AND ASHESA Global History of Nuclear DisastersBy Serhii PlokhyIllustrated. … Continue reading

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‘Dodged a bullet’: how whistleblowers averted a second US nuclear disaster via The Guardian.com

The Netflix docuseries Meltdown: Three Mile Island, revisits a 1979 nuclear accident and the cut corners that could have resulted in a disaster years later […] Three Mile Island – still the worst commercial nuclear accident in US history – … Continue reading

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Joanna Macy: A Wild Love for the World via On Being with Krista Tippet

[…] Tell me about how that awakening came in your life. Ms. Macy:Well, it came about very naturally. I was always responsive to issues when they arose. And then in the ’70s, it became quite vivid for me and quite … Continue reading

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The South Pays Dearly for Nuclear Industry’s Failed ‘Renaissance’ via Portside

Sue Sturgis/Facing South In the decade after the meltdown at Pennsylvania’s Three Mile Island nuclear power plant, which took place 40 years ago this week, number of nuclear plant orders that U.S. utilities canceled nationwide amid skyrocketing costs: about 100 In … Continue reading

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The Three Mile Island accident: Vigil marks 40th anniversary via Penn Live

By Dan Gleiter | dgleiter@pennlive.com A vigil was held outside the Three Mile Island nuclear plant in Londonderry Township to observe the 40th anniversary of the accident that caused a near meltdown at the plant. The timing of the vigil coincides … Continue reading

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Fukushima, Chernobyl, And Three Mile Island Prove Why Nuclear Power Will Never Be Inherently Safe via Fairewinds Energy Education

By Grayson Webb Recently, after Forbes Magazine published an opinion piece entitled, It Sounds Crazy, But Fukushima, Chernobyl, And Three Mile Island Show Why Nuclear Is Inherently Safe, a number of Forbes’ readers called and continue to write Fairewinds Energy … Continue reading

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Fukushima at Eight: Arnie Appears on Global Research News Hour via Fairewinds Energy Education

About the Interview Arnie Gundersen appears on Global Research News Hour, Hosted by Michael Welch, to share his understanding of the spread of nuclear contamination at Fukushima, the Japanese government’s bid to distract the public with heavy investment in and … Continue reading

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Smithsonian Accepts Three-Mile Island Plant Mutation Collection via Nuclear Hotseat

Libbe HaLevy CLICK HERE for this week’s episode, #398   This Week’s Featured Interviews:  Smithsonian accepts Mary Osborn’s Three Mile Island radiation/plant mutation collection.  Mary Osborn, a long time member of Three Mile Island Alert, has been gathering flowers, leaves and plants … Continue reading

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NUCLEAR FIRE SPECIAL: Woolsey Fire’s Nuke Origins via Nuclear Hotseat

Listen Here: Audio Player   Podcast: Download NUCLEAR FIRE – WOOLSEY’S NUKE ORIGINS SPECIAL: Denise Duffield, Administrator of Physicians for Social Responsibility-Los Angeles, Director of its Nuclear Threats program, and leader of PSR-LA’s efforts to ensure a proper cleanup of the Santa Susana … Continue reading

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