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Nathan Torpie
Nathan Torpie Campaign leader

This article matters because it shows the affects of the Fukushima nuclear power plant and what it is doing to the ocean.

Fukushima leaking radioactive materials directly into the ocean

(NaturalNews) Breaking news from Tokyo, Japan confirms that levels of cancer-causing cesium-134 are showing up in groundwater samples at rates 90- 110 times higher than all previous readings at the Fukushima disaster zone. The announcements are coming from the Tokyo Electric Power company (TEPCO) who has been monitoring the battered Fukushima…Read More
Nathan Torpie
Nathan Torpie Campaign leader

The New York Times articles shows how bad nuclear accidents are, this matters because it shows everyone what the affects of nuclear…Read More

Chernobyl Nuclear Accident (1986) - The New York Times

Genia Savilov/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images Updated: March 24, 2011 At 1:23 a.m. on April 26, 1986, the No. 4 reactor at the Chernobyl power station erupted in a volcano of deadly radioactivity that rained on adjacent farms and towns, on Byelorussia, the Ukraine, then on Poland, Scandinavia and beyond. Within days, the name Chernobyl…Read More
Nathan Torpie
Nathan Torpie Campaign leader

This article states seven reasons why nuclear power is bad, by people reading this I hope to change their view on nuclear power.

7 Reasons why nuclear power is bad for the environment and the nation

The industry of big energy has been at it again, pushing government officials to allow for more options that will put money in their pockets even though it will have a negative back lash for the country. With their new lobbying and ad campaigns pushing for this new energy that they claim will save us from of our economic and environmental ills,…Read More
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