Category Archives: Energy

Teen Shames World Leaders

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America’s Real Criminal Element: Lead New research finds Pb is the hidden villain behind violent crime, lower IQs, and even the ADHD epidemic. And fixing the problem is a lot cheaper than doing nothing. By Kevin Drum/ Mother Jones/ January/February, … Continue reading

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Japan’s “China Syndrome” is “Beyond Containment”

“Very likely some of Fukushima’s melted cores have moved into the earth — It’s beyond containment right now.” Paul Gunter director of the reactor oversight project at Beyond Nuclear: “Indications are right now that the reactor structures themselves have been … Continue reading

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A Very Inconvenient Truth

BPR Quote of the Day “If people insist on living as if there’s no tomorrow, there really won’t be one.” Kurt Vonnegut 

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The Price of Cheap

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Consumer Capitalism Wins Again

Twenty years after the first substantive Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro in 1992, representatives from more than 190 countries met again. Hopes were high, but unlike the first one, the 2012 Summit was mostly window dressing. President Obama, Prime … Continue reading

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U.S. Nuclear Plants To Be “Built With Steel and Cement and Lies and Fraud”

“A nuclear plant is built with steel and cement and lies and fraud – and that’s the take-a-way for today” THE FUKUSHIMA STORY YOU DIDN’T HEAR ON CNN by Greg Palast/ March 8, 2012 I’ve seen a lot of … Continue reading

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