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‘Overwhelmed’ Massachusetts Nuclear Power Plant Spikes with Radiation

Shepard Ambellas | Infowars, Already troubled nuclear plant now on the fritz. PLYMOUTH, Mass. — The Pilgrim Nuclear Power Plant has spiked with radiation to near alert levels alarming officials. The already troubled plant located in Cape Cod Bay has spiked local radiation detectors as high as 115 counts per minute (CPM), adding concern to

Trump’s wealth may not be enough to fund his campaign

New York real estate developer Donald Trump says he has “unlimited” personal wealth to fund his White House run, but a Reuters review of his financial disclosures suggests he does not have enough cash to see his campaign through to Election Day. Trump this week dismissed concerns about his campaign finances after electoral filings showed

Fukushima Disaster: Professor, œLevel of radiation was far worse than Navy officers anticipated

US gov’t shredded documents for 4 days while drawing up plans to evacuate Japan — “Somebody was obviously very worried” Jeff Kingston of Temple Univ., Apr. 4, 2014: Kyle Cleveland, my colleague […] recently published a report […] a critical, but nuanced picture of a crisis that was closer to careening out of control than

Expert: Half of the Reactors Operating In The U.S. Do Not Meet The NRC’s Fire Protection Regulations

Washington’s Blog A Third Of The Reactors In The United States Aren’t Protected Against Flooding If An Upstream Dam Were To Fail … Another 27 Reactors Are Not Protected Against Earthquake Hazards” American Nuclear Plants Are In Danger of Melting Down The risk of a nuclear meltdown in the United States is even greater than it

Flood Threat To Nuclear Plants Covered Up By Regulators, NRC Whistleblower Claims

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  In a letter submitted Friday afternoon to internal investigators at the Nuclear Regulatory Commission, a whistleblower engineer within the agency accused regulators of deliberately covering up information relating to the vulnerability of U.S. nuclear power facilities that sit downstream from large dams and reservoirs. The letter also accuses the agency of failing to act