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Time for a Great Nuclear Reset – Updated

“I feel that we got the final wake-up call at Fukushima and that we need to phase out and shut down the 104 reactors in America. I will put it very bluntly: We need to kill them before they kill … Continue reading

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The Legacy of Noel Marquez – A Good Ancestor – Updated

       The Legacy of Noel Marquez – A Video Tribute                    On YouTube                 On Vimeo                  On Brighteon Noel Marquez, 67, passed away Dec. 23, 2020. In the brief time … Continue reading

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Nuclear Hubris Reaches for the Stars – Updated August 2020

From Trinity to Tokamak to Space, the Moon & Mars… No Limits on Delusional Nuclear Ambition The Atomic Age began with the Manhattan Project’s infamous Trinity nuclear bomb test 75 years ago, July 16, at Alamogordo, New Mexico.  The blast … Continue reading

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Commemorating Two Barbaric – and Totally Unnecessary – Events

“We thank God that it has come to us, instead of to our enemies; and we pray that He may guide us to use it in His ways and for His purposes.” – President Truman announcing U.S. use of the … Continue reading

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Targeting of Civilians Is Now the Ugly Norm – Guest Blog by Roger Johnson

Guest Blog – A version of this Op-Ed by Roger Johnson appeared in the Los Angeles Times Friday August 4, 1995, the 50th anniversary of Hiroshima.[It’s a sad reminder of the persisting power of the U.S. propaganda machine, that what … Continue reading

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