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As sardines go, so goes the Pacific PDF Print E-mail
Nuclear Energy

Jeff Rense and Yoiche Shimatsu have an interesting discussion about possible man-made causes for the disappearance of sardines and the impact that has on all life in the Pacific Ocean.

Note, the discussion takes an odd turn at the 13 minute mark that they don't develop as well as they might have, but the earlier part of the conversation merits a listen.

Additional note, there are some disturbing images in the video.

Read more: As sardines go, so goes the Pacific
 
Radiation Levels Rise PDF Print E-mail
Nuclear Energy

Health Officials: ‘No Concern’ Over 500% Increase In Radiation Levels On Cali. Beach

Health officials in California are attempting to brush off public concern after a viral Youtube video showed a large increase in radiation levels on a Coastside beach last week.

The video, which has garnered nearly half a million views, shows radiation levels over five times above the normal background level, prompting fears over the ongoing Fukushima disaster.

Read more: http://www.storyleak.com/california-health-officials-concern-500-increase-radation-levels/#ixzz2pimwNuV2
 
A quick look at Fukushima's fallout PDF Print E-mail
Nuclear Energy

In dealing with the consquences of the ongoing problem with Fukushima, it is difficult to grasp the situaion completely as there is so little information and much misinformation.  This video tries to collect some of the questions in one place:

 

Read more: A quick look at Fukushima's fallout
 
AZ Company Brings NJ Trash to SC PDF Print E-mail
Conservation Issues

More news about northeast trash coming to South Carolina.

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When a legislator asks reporters to stop calling him, you know that a bill is aboveboard (see below).

You can read the original article here.

Trash from NYC, New Jersey sent to South Carolina

GREENVILLE, S.C. —WYFF News 4 Investigates learned out-of-state trash is coming to a South Carolina landfill for a huge amount of cash.

People who live near the Lee County Landfill in Bishopville, S.C. say the trash includes human feces. WYFF News 4 Investigates found Upstate lawmakers have signed off on a bill that some critics say would bring even more out of state trash to South Carolina.

Read more: AZ Company Brings NJ Trash to SC
 
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