Alaska’s famous Northern Lights have received a new and menacing visitor, reported The Daily Mail.
Russia is building a nuclear submarine equipped with robots and drones that can deliver large-scale nuclear weapons to our coastal cities and harbors. Still think Russia doesn’t pose an existential threat to the U.S.? Hmmm?
Congress was never going to be stop Barack Obama’s deal with Iran.
The Guardian starts out a terrible tale saying, “The waters of the Pacific off the coast of California are a clear, shimmering blue today, so transparent it’s possible to see the sandy bottom below.
As the realization of the environmental damage at Fukushima sets in, many are continuing to look for ways they can protect themselves from potential radiation exposure.
Is Fukushima the greatest environmental disaster of all time? Every single day, 300 tons of radioactive water from Fukushima enters the Pacific Ocean. The radioactive material that is being released will outlive all of us by a very wide margin, and it is constantly building up in the food chain. Nobody knows for sure how many people will eventually develop cancer and other health problems as a result of the Fukushima nuclear disaster, but some experts are not afraid to use the word “billions”. It has been well over two years since the original disaster, and now they are telling us that it could take up to 40 more years to clean it up. It is a nightmare of unimaginable proportions, and there is nowhere in the northern hemisphere that you will be able to hide from it. The following are 11 facts about the ongoing Fukushima nuclear holocaust that are almost too horrifying to believe…
Effort to make nuclear missiles less vulnerable to attack
“Extremely low levels” of radioactive iodine have been detected in the air over all but one of China’s provincial-level regions, a daily statement issued by China’s National Nuclear Emergency Coordination Committee revealed on 4/4/2011.
It played unwilling host to one of the bloodiest battles of the Iraq war. Fallujah's homes and businesses were left shattered; hundreds of Iraqi civilians were killed. Its residents changed the name of their "City of Mosques" to "the polluted city" after the United States launched two massive military campaigns eight years ago.