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SCE Plans Beach Burial of San Onofre Radioactive Waste in Canisters Known to Crack and Leak in Less Than 20 Years!

Updated 45 min ago Edited from a Press Release

Nuclear Hotseat , a nuclear awareness podcast, has cautioned about a burial plan for burial of highly radioactive waste near the high tide location of the Pacific Ocean.

This Week’s Featured Interview:  

  • Donna Gilmore of SanOnofreSafety.org reports on Southern California Edison’s plans to bury 1,800 tons – that’s 3,600,000 pounds <!> of high-level radioactive waste on the Pacific Ocean a mere 36 yards from high tide in canisters that are known to crack and leak.  Each one contains a Chernobyl’s worth of radiation less than 70 miles from Los Angeles!

Numnutz of the Week (For Nuclear Boneheadedness):

  • “Shelter in place” after a nuclear accident… and stay there?  New study provides a great way to keep the bodies out of the streets and the clean-up to a minimum!  Beware of “*NEW IMPROVED*” methods of measuring radioactive risk… and always check out who’s behind the funding for this kind of bogus pro-nuclear “research.” 

CLICK HERE for Episode #335

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November 23, 2017 - Posted by | Uncategorized

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  1. […] Plans Beach Burial of San Onofre Radioactive Waste in Canisters Known to Crack and Leak in Less Than 20 Years!    Illinois nuclear reactors – continuing […]

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