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    Why Mammograms Are a Harmful Waste of Time & Money

    Millions of women are subjected to ionizing radiation every year when we get mammograms at the directive of our health care providers.

    Crony Democracy and Japan’s Nuclear Disaster

    TEPCO, until March 2011, was a peer-respected player in the crony corporate court circus close to power.

    Six tested for radiation now face questions in Mexico radioactive theft

    Nearly 2,000 others who lived nearby were exposed to radiation.

    French Scientists Want You To Believe People Can Have Traces of Polonium On Them Naturally

    The French experts found traces of polonium but “concluded” that it was “of natural environmental origin,”

    Japan Reacts to Fukushima Crisis By Banning Journalism

    Japan will likely pass a new anti-whistleblowing law in an attempt to silence criticism of Tepco and the government

    Fukushima: 2,500,000,000,000,000 Bq of all β nuclides is still retained in the turbine buildings in total

    The turbine buildings still retain 79,000 m3 of contaminated water

    Recovered Amish Girl will “Physically Fight” if Forced Back on Chemo

    While her battle with cancer might be over – the battle with the state, judicial system, and medical system could just be getting started after all this time.

    28 solar flares in the last seven days, and more may be coming

    The sun has erupted more than two dozen times over the last week, sending radiation and solar material hurtling through space.

    Fukushima and You, with Joe, John and Jason

    Tonight Joe, John and Jason cover the ongoing disaster that is the Fukushima reactor, and the planet-wide disaster that awaits if the world doesn’t end the threat potential from a collapse of the fuel pool. Also covered are black boxes in cars to track and tax you, bacterial antibiotic resistance on the rise, the increasing […]

    Fukushima Is Here In San Francisco

    Some residents of San Franscisco decided to bring attention to the plight on the West Coast