Deaths from Nuclear Energy Compared with Other Causes

February 26, 2013 by Willem Post

My first reaction to the aerial photos of Fukushima was: why did they put the auxiliary transformers, that provide power to the plant, and the emergency diesel-generators, that provide power to the auxiliary transformers, on the OCEAN side?[read more]

Answering Helen Caldicott

May 3, 2011 by Dan Yurman

Cherry picking is for farmers In the OP ED pages of the New York Times, Helen Caldicott, a long-time anti-nuclear campaigner, writes “Unsafe at Any Dose” that physicists are ignoring health effects from ingested or inhaled radioactive materials. She goes on to say that only doctors, like her, are qualified to measure and assess the...[read more]

Social Media Meets Healthcare On

May 2, 2011 by Robin Carey

Here on the The Energy Collective we cover all aspects of energy policy. We’re proud to take on another big, and globally significant business conversation: How to deliver quality healthcare to as many people on the planet as possible. Today marks the official launch of HealthWorksCollective, our tenth community at Social Media Today....[read more]

Challenging New York Academy of Sciences to Repudiate “Chernobyl Consequences”

April 27, 2011 by Rod Adams

On the 25th anniversary of the explosion that destroyed unit 4 of the Chernobyl nuclear power station, Ralph Nader published a commentary in which he strongly supported the book titled Chernobyl: Consequences of the Catastrophe for People and the Environment. As part of his opinion piece, he made the following statement: “Dr. Yablokov,...[read more]