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DIABLO CANYON UNIT #1 MUST BE TESTED BEFORE REFUELING

DIABLO CANYON UNIT #1 MUST BE TESTED BEFORE REFUELINGHarvey Wasserman for PG&E Shareholders for Diablo Safety (PSDS)[ also posted on LA Progressive ]PG&E Shareholders for Diablo Safety (PSDS)We ask that critical safety tests be done during the upcoming refueling outage at … Continue reading

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Woolsey Fire Fallout – 60 Year-Old Meltdown Rides Again

What Goes Around, Comes AroundThe recent disastrous Woolsey Fire just north of L.A. started near a Southern California Edison electrical substation adjacent to the site of America’s first  – and possibly worst – nuclear reactor meltdown at Santa Susana Field … Continue reading

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Legacy of a Meltdown

Did the 2018 Woolsey California fire recirculate radioactive fallout from a covered up Southern California Edison partial meltdown in 1959?  Can that same company now be trusted to safely operate a nuclear waste dump on the beach by the rising sea?By … Continue reading

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We Almost Lost SoCal

Nuclear-Waste-Dump by-the-Sea September 26, 2018The controversial loading of high-level nuclear waste in thin-walled steel canisters into concrete silos just yards from the beach at Southern California Edison’s shutdown San Onofre nuclear plant has been temporarily halted by potentially game-changing events … Continue reading

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UN No Nukes Day – Envisioning a Peaceful, Post-Nuclear Planet

International Day for the Total Elimination of Nuclear Weapons26 September 2013“The total elimination of nuclear weapons remains the highest disarmament priority of the United Nations.” Securing Our Common Future: An Agenda for DisarmamentWhat better way to honor this day of … Continue reading

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