NuclearCrimes.org was a freely accessible and ad-free
website launched in 2007 (initially as Idealist.ws)
that offered information and analyses on a number of
under-reported nuclear topics (read a list of pre-shutdown research titles here). The site was
maintained for seven years by U.S. anti-nuclear activist and researcher, Andrew Kishner, who
has since self-published two books:
- Rig, Rad, Run: Radiation Monitoring, Fukushima, and Our Nuclear Dystopia - Currently not for sale while it is being updated and re-edited. A Kindle e-book version of 'Rig, Rad, Run' was launched in December 2014 and discontinued in mid-August 2015. In September 2015, Andrew will be launching the improved version (cover image) of 'Rig, Rad, Run.' It will be available in tradebook (print) format on Amazon.com.
'RIG, RAD, RUN: Radiation Monitoring, Fukushima, and Our Nuclear Dystopia' reveals the alarming shortcomings and shocking manipulations in the U.S. EPA and FDA's radiation monitoring response to the Fukushima nuclear accident. Author Andrew Kishner, an anti-nuclear 'activist researcher' and former radiation monitoring network watchdog, describes the manipulations and failures he discovered in the EPA and FDA's radiation monitoring networks, sampling plans, testing protocols and data reporting methods. Kishner argues in 'RIG, RAD, RUN' that, because of these monitoring failures, U.S. federal agencies might have allowed dangerous radioactive plumes to cross into the country undetected as well as the entry of unsafe food items into the U.S. marketplace. Kishner also shares in this retrospective the struggles that arose from his dedicated efforts to raise awareness on these and other radiation topics through his website, NuclearCrimes.org. The conclusion of this gut-wrenching account of scientific misconduct and government malfeasance is that we're not being protected from radiation incidents and change will only come if citizens take on greater personal and collective responsibility.
- Crossing the Line: Trafficking and Torture of Human Guinea Pigs in 1950s U.S.- U.K. Atomic Test Biological Experiments (For a description and a link for purchase, visit the Amazon e-book listing)