Reports on Fukushima and Nuclear Power

Posted on September 8, 2011


Radiation is still emanating from
Japan’s nuclear power plant.

This is still not being reported by mainstream news. Instead of informing the public, they raise the radiation levels. People are still living deep in the contaminated areas.


For a first hand account of what is happening in
Japan, check out this speech at the MUSE Concert
last month by Aileen Miyoko Smith.

(Green Action Network Japan). She’s just come back from Japan. She works over there to help children get out of the contaminated areas.

Please take care of yourself. Keep your energy up.

Keep your visualization in the KNOW.

The nuclear industry has been pulling the wool over our eyes for decades. Nuclear power is not cost effective, it never has been. It can’t even pay for it’s own insurance.  Our government pays for that. WE pay for that. And as far as the waste, we get to have that around till the end of time. Great. 😦

Check out what Harvey Wasserman ( has to say. This was recorded a couple weeks ago at the MUSE Concert up in the San Francisco area.

A Big FYI: Diablo Canyon Nuclear Power plant (here in California) uses 1 billion gallons of seawater a day.

To find out more about how you can help educate people and stop nuclear power — check out these sites and get involved. Together we can really do something. Divided, we’ll just end up as wandering clones in a nuclear waste dump towing the “party” line and “feeling” important.

Alliance for Nuclear Responsibility

Sign Petiton to Gov. Jerry Brown asking him to phase out nuclear power

Beyond Nuclear

CALPIRG (California Public Interest Research Group)

Citizens Awareness Network (CAN)

Clean Water Fund

Committee to Bridge the Gap

Don’t Waste Michigan

Green Leap Forward


Heal Utah

Golden Rule Project

Heart of America Northwest

Mothers for Peace


Indian Point Safety Energy Coalition

Nuclear Watch South

Nuclear Energy Information Service (NEIS)

Nuclear Information and Resource Service (NIRS)

Nuke Free Texas

Sierra Club

Tri Valley CAREs

Turtle Island Restoration Network (TIRN)

Women’s Energy Matters (WEM)