A Plutonium Paradise? A Critique of Nuclear Power

by on January 19, 2008 · 3 comments

in Environment

Nuclear links & background reference resources for “A Plutonium Paradise”:

nuclear proliferation
online Fortune Magazine article on the nuclear revival.

NUCLEAR UPDATE & ALERT ( anti -nuke Watchdog)
map of US nuke plants w/ radiation circles. (scary)
nuclear resource site

Sacramento Bee
Going Nuclear Over Global Warming, by Patrick Moore (editorial page: 12-12-2007)
Nuclear power to the people, byStanley Crouch: (editorial page: 12/29/2007
Letter to the editor: 12/15/2007 “Not So Fast with Nuclear Power,” Rick Nadeau 12/15/2007

Dr. Helen Caldicott Nuclear Power Is Not the Answer
The New Nuclear Danger
Jonathan Schell The Seventh Decade
Richard Curtis and Elizabeth Hogan Perils of the Peaceful Atom

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Deb January 20, 2008 at 9:36 am

Yes, I remember Three Mile Island. My first son was born that year and I wondered what kind of a world I was bringing him into. Chernobyl broke my heart; especially the stories of the dead reindeer and the subsequent cultural detriment to nomadic Laplanders.

It continues to amaze me that some otherwise apparently sane people think that nuclear energy is a viable option. I think support of the nuclear power industry is a byproduct of denial.

Thanks for the well-stated article.


nunya January 20, 2008 at 8:06 pm

Warning! The photos are graphic.
Chenobyl victims
Iraq DU victims


Molly January 21, 2008 at 10:13 am

Very timely article. We need to ensure that the establishment does NOT usher in a NEW nuclear age under the guise of fighting global warming.


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