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Nuclear news highlights of the week

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Uranium industry – keeps getting hyped by lobbyists, but the gloomy future market outlook remains.

Oil companies plan to drill in the Arctic Kara sea – exactly where the Soviet Union dumped 25 years’ worth of radioactive wastes, including  a nuclear reactor.

Japan. Under pressure from nuclear lobby, Japan contemplates reviving their very dangerous Monju nuclear reprocessing plant.

USA‘s new nuclear industry grinds to a halt, as there’s nowhere to put their accumulating piles of nuclear wastes.

UK. Military chiefs not happy with super expensive, but useless Trident nuclear missile ‘deterrent’

India; Kudankulam nuclear plant project before the Supreme Court – it could halt the project.


September 28, 2012 - Posted by | Christina's notes


  1. This blog looks to be the real deal! Wow, look at all the links on the right column as well. Great work on bringing us a wide range of information on the nuclear issue. Keep up the great and timely, and most important work you are doing!

    — Richard Wilcox

    Nuclear assessment reliability
    Sept. 27, 2012

    More Nuclear Absurdities – TEPCO Denies Physics
    Activist Post, September 9, 2012

    Doomed Planet For A Failed Species? Fukushima’s Tragic Nuclear Consequences

    Japan Subculture Research Center, Sept. 5, 2012

    Fukushima Nuclear Situation “Deteriorating”
    Rense, August 19, 2012

    No Safe Dose – Japan’s Low-Dose Radiation Disaster
    Dissident Voice. July 10th, 2012

    Comment by Richard Wilcox | September 28, 2012 | Reply

    • Thank you, Richard Wilcox. It is great to get this encouragement . And also those excellent links.

      Comment by Christina MacPherson | September 28, 2012 | Reply

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