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- Alan Turing Year / “Bringing Up Turing’s ‘Child-Machine’ “
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I’m back from my hiatus due to an emergency at home. Today TEPCO announces that a status called “cold shutdown” has been achieved at the Fukushima-Daiichi nuclear electrical-generating station complex I have blogged so much about in the past. Well, … Continue reading
Due to a family emergency on October 19th, I have not posted in awhile. It may be a few more weeks until I return to posting again.
“Nuclear Oversight Lacking Worldwide” – the problem of “coziness” / video & transcript from Fairewinds Associates, Inc.
http://fairewinds.com/content/nuclear-oversight-lacking-worldwide This update from Fairewinds features a concise ( ~ 10 minute) video with some reports and stories over the years showing that although the US has repeatedly admitted and resolved to deal with it, it still hasn’t solved the … Continue reading
What’s still hanging around Los Alamos & what we should learn from it.
There’s an excellent article (from AP) about the detritus in New Mexico from early bomb production there that still presents hazards; here’s the link at Forbes (it’s also on Huffpost, SFGate, and many others): “Los Alamos under renewed environmental scrutiny”: … Continue reading
UPDATED – comment on Sun Sentinel article “Design planned for new Florida nukes OKed as criticism intensifies” by Julie Patel
UPDATE: Julie Patel has corrected the article. On a Saturday morning, yet! Thanks very much to her for that. [I entered the comment below electronically on the Sun Sentinel’s website in the space provided for comments, but it has not … Continue reading