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Nuclear energy and environmental justice
#1
Emerging Environmental Justice Issues in Nuclear Power and Radioactive Contamination

“…Evidence suggests that individuals living near the nuclear power plants face difficult-to-avoid health risks associated with exposure to low level routine radioactive effluents emitted from plants. Given that no level of radiation exposure is considered safe, any excess exposure could have deleterious impacts on human health [6]. The effects of radiation at the cellular level could lead to irreversible damage and potential premature death. Tritium, to highlight a common isotope, is a carcinogen, mutagen, and teratogen and can easily be incorporated into human tissues causing cancers, chromosomal aberrations, birth defects and miscarriages, and mental retardation after in utero exposure [6]. We observed that among the estimated 87.5 million people living within a 50-mile radius of a NPP (Table 1), 5.6 million (6.4%) are children under the age of five years. Children have been found to be particularly vulnerable to radiation exposure as European studies on leukemia have found. A study in Germany reported that the children under five years of age living within a 5 km (3.1 miles) are 2.19 times more likely to develop leukemia [53] than those outside this zone. And while such findings are still debated (e.g., [54]) many are strongly convinced by the evidence (e.g., [55])….”

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4962241/
 
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#2
The Health Dangers Of Uranium Mining

a presentation by
Gordon Edwards, Ph.D., President,
Canadian Coalition for Nuclear Responsibility
on behalf of Physicians for Global Survival (PGS)

http://www.ccnr.org/Narsaq_Edwards_2016.pdf

Hiroshima to Fukushima: Biohazards of Radiation (Science Policy Reports) 2014th Edition

by Eiichiro Ochiai (Author)

https://www.amazon.com/Hiroshima-Fukushi...op?ie=UTF8
 
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#3
http://archive.is/Vapbo

http://enenews.com/100-mortality-baby-se...-pups-vide
 
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#4
Beautiful archive, antirad ! Clickable, and relatively mutt-free. Can I tweet some of that? I'm  tryna teach some newbies, lol.
  LA got nuked in broad daylight. More sacrifice zones, more misery. Not too many talking in the LA twitterverse. Evidence on the move by air & water. Nobody produces numbers of any kind.
    Odd, that. Or is it SOP?
don't stir up the hot particles
 
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#5
It's not my archive. I think it is MissFrill's archive that I first saw posted on NukePro, stock's website.
 
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#6
I'll  see if I can find Miss Frill, get permission to tweet archive of ene.
  btw, I clicked & got the log in page. But, I didn't  dare log in. What if the mutt and his dingbat wingman were waiting on the other side? There would go the rest of my day...
don't stir up the hot particles
 
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#7
Alan Reid, critical of the 911 storyline, made a backup copy of enenews and posted a link on nukepro to download the enenews database.  I downloaded it and backed up an additional couple of gigs.  I was also able to get some of the webcam forums.  I didn't plan on doing much with it because of copyright concerns.  Thank you, antirad, for posting the archive link.  I don't know who's archive it is but I'm glad to see the enenews articles online again.  I figured I would start another thread for a monthly chat in December and I'll include this link on the first page.

ENENews archive
http://archive.is/Vapbo
"The map is not the territory that it is a map of ... the word is not the thing being referred to."
 
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#8
Code, as I recall the action, DUDe was backing up ene, a time consuming process. Part way thru, person unknown, thought to be youknowwho, hacked & tooketh the files.
  Others have reported similar.
  I'm quite certain yk who compromised my communications, by seeing references to words, phrase or topic in his posts later. Still..
  Plus, he explicitly admitted to it in a post later, lol.
That makes it pretty obvious. Like having a voyeur...

He's still pounding it hard...elsewhere. Damn near 24 hours a day, lately. That cant be fun...
don't stir up the hot particles
 
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#9
Here's where I found a reference:

http://www.nukepro.net/2018/10/enenews-w...-this.html

where missFrill gave the reference:

https://voat.co/v/ENEnewsWatchers/

I downloaded a huge file, that Reid posted, but don't know how to open it.

I wouldn't be surprised if enenews is reinstated sometime.

Here are some headlines from 2015:

https://fukushimaupdate.wordpress.com/20...ma-update/
 
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#10
Antirad, the huge file Reid posted was a zip file with the archive in it. Unzip to a folder, look for a file , Index, and double click on it.
"The map is not the territory that it is a map of ... the word is not the thing being referred to."
 
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#11
Thank you, Horse. My son is a computer programmer and I will phone him to walk me through everything. I'm busy the next 2-3 weeks. Maybe enenews will be up before I get around to doing anything. I've worked with zipped files fore so I may figure it out myself.
 
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#12
If you have Windows 7 on up, it has zip built in. Double click on the zip file and it opens. Copy those files to a folder. Go to the folder and find Index and double click on it. It opens a browser window that lets you see enenews as of that backup.

PS Antirad, it looks like you have extra spaces in your signature.
"The map is not the territory that it is a map of ... the word is not the thing being referred to."
 
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#13
Thank you, Horse. I can't be on the computer that much anymore as I have glaucoma and cataracts. So I have to spend a lot of time on eye exercises and less time on the computer. Also I am singing which also can raise pressure in the eyes.

So I will work on opening my file as soon as possible, but it will be a while.

I'm taking supplements and using a clip-on which filters out UV rays and blue light on my new computer glasses. Also I have substituted some 60 watt incandescent bulbs for some of my LEDs.

But I have to avoid eye strain, and I simply have to limit my computer use. I already don't watch TV or use a cell phone or tablet. Also I will try washing my eyes with coconut water {the eye cup I ordered is taking forever to come], and honey from New Zealand, and coconut oil. I had a branch snap against one of my eyes. I have to limit my centrol focus fixation on a computer and work on my peripheral vision. Everything is supposed to work much better than surgery or eyedrops, but it takes lots of dedication and time.

Also I have to avoid stress.
 
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#14
Antirad, well some of us aren't as spry as we used to be and it can slow us down some. Tell your son there's about 5gb and it will take about 10 to 20 minutes to copy out. Worth seeing the old enenews as it was.
"The map is not the territory that it is a map of ... the word is not the thing being referred to."
 
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(11-28-2018, 06:37 AM)Horse Wrote: Antirad, well some of us aren't as spry as we used to be and it can slow us down some.  Tell your son there's about 5gb and it will take about 10 to 20 minutes to copy out.  Worth seeing the old enenews as it was.

I just spent an hour looking for the file on my computer, but I can't find it.  I didn't download it until April because I had to buy a new computer because the old one was too slow to handle the download.

I remember double clicking on the index, but wasn't successful seeing anything.

Other people were raving about the file at the time, so I figured my file wasn't important or was defective when I downloaded it. 

Why doesn't anyone else still have the file?

And it is all copyrighted.

Someone said on majia's blog that he/she thought the NSA had taken over the website and that was why there was no longer any moderation.

Anyway, my file is no longer in my downloads, and I may have inadvertently deleted it.  I have had several times when I had to shut down my computer, but whether it was being hacked or just interrupted by an automatic update,, I don't know.

Sorry, I spoke too soon.

What happened to your copy?

"HorseMarch 26, 2018 at 12:39 AM
Thanks Stock, downloaded the zip and extracted. It was great to open the index and see the ENE articles and comments again. Wish I'd had the foresight to mirror the webcam forums. Did Masher1 save any of the other forums? Do you have any news of ENE's fate other than the ICANN notice? Many kudos and thanks Masher1. "

http://www.nukepro.net/p/list-of-reactors.html
 
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#16
Hundreds of Radioactive Puppies Just Got Spayed, Neutered at Chernobyl Disaster Site
9/21/17

“An American nonprofit organization, Clean Futures Fund, has started a spay and neuter clinic fior the four-legged descendants of survivors of one of history's worst nuclear disasters.
After the Chernobyl nuclear reactor melted down on April 26, 1986, some dogs and cats left behind survived and began to breed. More than 400 animals were spayed and neutered in the first year of the clinic's operation at the former reactor, which ended earlier this month.

“The laws governing the exclusion zone around Chernobyl strongly advise people to avoid feeding or touching the dogs, due to the risk of contamination. Not only is the dogs' fur potentially loaded with radioactive particles, but their food and water is contaminated. The radioactive molecules they ingest may also linger in their bodies.

"’We could find areas in their bones where radioisotopes had accumulated. We could survey the bones and we could see the radioactivity in them,’ a Clean Futures Fund co-founder, Lucas Hixson, told Newsweek. The program funds medical treatment for locals in addition to running the spay and neuter program at the power plant and in the neighboring city….”

https://www.newsweek.com/hundreds-puppie...ear-669093
 
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#17
(11-28-2018, 10:10 AM)antirad Wrote: What happened to your copy?

"HorseMarch 26, 2018 at 12:39 AM
Thanks Stock, downloaded the zip and extracted. It was great to open the index and see the ENE articles and comments again. Wish I'd had the foresight to mirror the webcam forums. Did Masher1 save any of the other forums? Do you have any news of ENE's fate other than the ICANN notice? Many kudos and thanks Masher1. "

http://www.nukepro.net/p/list-of-reactors.html

I have the original copy that Alan, masher1, posted.  After playing with the settings, I have a more complete updated version of the backup over 2gb larger and some of the webcam forums.  A third attempt to get the whole site together failed because admin made changes to ENE.  The webcam forums accounted for the majority of the gigabytes on ENE.  I have no plans to do anything with the backups except use them as my personal reference to the articles and comments on ENENews.
"The map is not the territory that it is a map of ... the word is not the thing being referred to."
 
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#18
Trump Administration’s Climate Report Raises New Questions About Nuclear Energy’s Future

The thirstiest source of electricity is already struggling, and greater risk of droughts will only add to those woes.

“…For the Sierra Club, the environmental giant making a huge push to get cities and states to go all renewable, nuclear power is “a uniquely dangerous energy technology for humanity” and “no solution to climate change.”

“’There’s no reason to keep throwing good money after bad on nuclear energy,” Lauren Lantry, a Sierra Club spokeswoman, said by email. “It’s clear that every dollar spent on nuclear is one less dollar spent on truly safe, affordable, and renewable energy sources like wind, solar, energy efficiency, battery storage, and smart grid technology.’”

https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/nuc...6950dce58f

Nuclear bailouts undermine energy independence: Letter to the Editor

“…The nuclear-carbon shell game only works if you ignore the environmental cost on the ‘front end’ of nuclear power production. From the moment uranium is mined, milled, enriched, fabricated and transported, it produces large quantities of airborne pollutants.

“On the ‘back end,’ tons of high-level nuclear waste remain for future generations. Nuclear fuel is not clean, green or renewable. There are no uranium orchards. There is no way to compost radioactive waste. And, there is no nuclear fairy to make the toxic garbage magically disappear….”

http://www.pressandjournal.com/stories/n...itor,46533
 
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#19
(11-29-2018, 01:44 AM)Horse Wrote:
(11-28-2018, 10:10 AM)antirad Wrote: What happened to your copy?

"HorseMarch 26, 2018 at 12:39 AM
Thanks Stock, downloaded the zip and extracted. It was great to open the index and see the ENE articles and comments again. Wish I'd had the foresight to mirror the webcam forums. Did Masher1 save any of the other forums? Do you have any news of ENE's fate other than the ICANN notice? Many kudos and thanks Masher1. "

http://www.nukepro.net/p/list-of-reactors.html

I have the original copy that Alan, masher1, posted.  After playing with the settings, I have a more complete updated version of the backup over 2gb larger and some of the webcam forums.  A third attempt to get the whole site together failed because admin made changes to ENE.  The webcam forums accounted for the majority of the gigabytes on ENE.  I have no plans to do anything with the backups except use them as my personal reference to the articles and comments on ENENews.

I followed a link that majia gave on her blog and found a complete archive of the articles and headlines of enenews.  With one link, all the pages are at the bottom and linking on a page brings up another page of headlines, and every headline when linked on gives the article with comments.

https://web.archive.org/web/20181019142635/http://enenews.com/

The "last" page is the first chronologically, and is page 367.

U.S. life expectancy declines again as drug, suicide crises fuel a dismal trend not seen since World War I

“A bleak series of reports from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention showed a nation still in the grip of escalating drug and suicide crises that caused life expectancy to decline in 2017.

“The data continued the longest sustained reduction in expected life span at birth in a century, an appalling performance not seen in the United States since 1915 through 1918. That four-year period included World War I and a flu pandemic that killed 675,000 people in the United States and perhaps 50 million worldwide….”

https://www.washingtonpost.com/

My comment: If they would just acknowledge the lethal effects of radiation.and environmental toxins, and the whole is much more than the sum of the parts.

I am reading a book and it says that healing comes not from a person's rational brain. That trauma is stored in the body and healing has to come from freeing the subconscious. This means that healing is initiated by the self and not by another. And probably knowledge is also self initiated and why it is so difficult to get people to accept scientific studies. Also, because the worst studies are generated and paid for by industry which doesn't care about the truth.
 
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(11-29-2018, 04:46 AM)antirad Wrote: I followed a link that majia gave on her blog and found a complete archive of the articles and headlines of enenews.  With one link, all the pages are at the bottom and linking on a page brings up another page of headlines, and every headline when linked on gives the article with comments.

https://web.archive.org/web/20181019142635/http://enenews.com/

The "last" page is the first chronologically, and is page 367.

Thanks, I'll include this link in the first post for the December Chat. Trying to keep things a little organized. The database would be useful and we could keep the ENE info alive. Maybe someone could sort out some of the links ENE had on Ocean life die-offs to compliment the Pacific Genocide thread. Glad we haven't lost the ENENews database.
"The map is not the territory that it is a map of ... the word is not the thing being referred to."
 
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