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Los Angeles to San Onofre: Not So Fast! via Nukefree.org

A unanimous Los Angeles City Council has demanded the Nuclear Regulatory Commission conduct extended investigations before any restart at the San Onofre atomic power plant. The move reflects a deep-rooted public opposition to resumed operations at reactors perched in a … Continue reading

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Nuclear Whistleblower Conference March 9th to be Live-Streamed – 原子力内部告発コンファレンス(3月9日)ライブ中継- via No Nukes Action Committee

(日本語は英語の後に。Japanese translation followed by English text) Streamed live at http://ustream.tv/channel/iwj-sf 3/9 SF Forum On The 2nd Anniversary Of The Fukushima Meltdown Nuclear Whistleblowers, Health And Safety, Workers and Our Communities Saturday March 9, 2013 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM San … Continue reading

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Massive Cover-Up of Risks from Flooding to US Nuclear Facilities via Reader Supported News

Nuclear Regulatory Commission Engineers Charge Government Coverup: Reactor Meltdown “Absolute Certainty” If Dam Fails … 100s of Times More Likely than Tsunami that Hit Fukushima Reactors in Nebraska and elsewhere were flooded by swollen rivers and almost melted down. See … Continue reading

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Flood Threat To Nuclear Plants Covered Up By Regulators, NRC Whistleblower Claims via Huffington Post

In a letter submitted Friday afternoon to internal investigators at the Nuclear Regulatory Commission, a whistleblower engineer within the agency accused regulators of deliberately covering up information relating to the vulnerability of U.S. nuclear power facilities that sit downstream from … Continue reading

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Insider blew whistle on Kyushu Electric TV stunt via The Japan Times online

Kyodo A scandal in which Kyushu Electric Power Co. tried to make local residents appear supportive of restarting the utility’s nuclear reactors by having staff send emails during a ministry-sponsored event was brought to light by an in-house whistle-blower, a … Continue reading

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