Nuclear chain

Three notes on Fukushima

An article on the cultural and philosophical implications of the Fukushima disater by Andy Chi-ming Wang.

MAPW urges mining company to halt junk science promotion

Melbourne, 28 May. MAPW Vice-President Dr Margaret Beavis will urge the Board of Oz Minerals, at their AGM this afternoon, to stop Toro Energy promoting scientists who claim that low levels of radiation are good for health. Toro Energy is 40% owned by Oz Minerals.

Oz Minerals AGM: MAPW media release slams junk science

An MAPW media release issued on the day of the Oz Minerals Annual General Meeting slams uranium miner Toro Energy over junk science, which could put workers at increased risk. Toro Energy is 40% owned by Oz Minerals. Toro plans to mine uranium at Wiluna in WA.

FAS report on Fukushima to US Congress

Report on the disaster at Fukushima prepared for the Congressional Research Service by the Federation of American Scientists.

Doctors slam uranium miner over junk science on radiation safety

A statement signed by 45 medical doctors calls on uranium mining company Toro Energy to stop promoting the view that low-level radiation is beneficial to human health. 

MAPW media release: Doctors slam uranium miner over junk science on radiation safety - 1 May 2012

Announcing a statement signed by 45 medical doctors calling on uranium mining company Toro Energy to stop promoting the view that low-level radiation is beneficial to human health. Toro Energy, which plans to mine uranium at Wiluna in WA and has interests in uranium exploration ventures in the NT and SA, has sponsored speaking tours by controversial Canadian scientist Doug Boreham.T

Doctors slam uranium miner over junk science on radiation safety: Statement issued by MAPW, 1 May 2012

The Medical Association for Prevention of War has released a statement signed by 45 medical doctors calling on uranium mining company Toro Energy to stop promoting the view that low-level radiation is beneficial to human health. Toro Energy, which plans to mine uranium at Wiluna in WA and has interests in uranium exploration ventures in the NT and SA, has sponsored speaking tours by contr

Reaching critical will

Costs, risks, and myths of nuclear power: NGOii world-wide study on the implications of the catastrophe at th

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