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Opeds and other writings

Atomic Parity in the Nuclear Age, May 2, 2011

Divine Misgivings, December 16, 2006

Divine Strake for Thanksgiving, November 20, 2006

Divine Strake: Size Matters, Jan. 20, 2007

DOE saying it's protecting us is a hard pill to swallow, October 4, 2008

'You would think that after spending tens of millions of dollars on Environmental Impact Statements and Supplement Analyses that the DOE would be proud of its work. Yet so many documents relating to the Nevada Test Site (NTS) are missing online.'

More reading: (1) Statement on the Transition to a More Electronic Federal Depository Library Program (2) FDLP Guidelines on Substituting Electronic for Tangible Versions (3) Peace activist 'uncovers' info policy at DOE/NNSA]

DTRA's Divine Strake Public Meetings Concluded, December 20, 2006

FIRES LIFTING CHERNOBYL (CHORNOBYL) FALLOUT FOR ALL THE WORLD TO SUFFER, August 30, 2010

Foiling A 'Lottery Of Death', July 11, 2008

'Such an attack would employ either nuclear weapons, resulting in global radiation fallout, or conventional bunker buster weaponry that would unleash harmful, radioactive uranium dust from Iran's facilities that would likewise circle the globe and endanger the lives of millions.'

More reading: U.S.-made radiation monitoring device somehow got exported to Iran in 90's 

GI Joe vs Albert Schweitzer, October 17, 2006

Going subcritical: a nuclear test is a nuclear test is a nuclear test, May 16, 2008

Guest Blog: Divine Strake and the Rebirth of Democracy, September 22, 2006

How to Squash the Baneberry of the East a la Dorothy Gale, June 10, 2009

Las Vegas Radiation Monitors Going Haywire, March 22, 2010

Letter to Utah Radiation Control Board, May 29, 2008

Navigating the rocky shallows of radiation monitoring...don't rely on this lighthouse

Newton's First Law of Motion, Amendment One - poem

Night at the Museum 3 (Atomic Testing Museum Nukes Itself)

North Korea's nuclear ambitions provoked by U.S. nuclear experiments, October 5, 2006

NTS, You Can't Have Your Nuke-Readiness and Solar Farm Too

'Obama's Oil Gusher Science Team Has "One Good Idea"', May 22, 2010

Please God Can My Son Survive Acute Myaloid Leukaemia?, August 15, 2008

'"One fact emerges from the revelations of deceit by government officials about nuclear fallout: No law now protects the American people against lying by their government....no penalties now apply to lying on matters that can cause death or serious harm to human beings. The time has come to draw the line against coverups - especially where the health and safety of the American people are concerned."

Say No to the Divine Strake, December 28, 2006

Second activist in two months sued by Alternate Energy Holdings, August 25, 2008

Senators now have compassion, for downwinders, now what?, April 19, 2010

Sermon for the downtrodden activist, October 14, 2008

'There is a wall of sturdy construction and impenetrable height and convincing stature that hides a hideous and ugly set of truths from the people you want to protect and nurture. Your job is to tell people what is beyond that wall.'

Speak now or for the next five years hold your peace, May 7, 2008

Stairway to Divine Strake, November 5, 2006

Statement on Divine Strake Cancellation

Survive the Demise, October 21, 2006

That radiation monitoring station in Milford, Utah, is acting up again, June 20, 2008

The Black and White World of RECA, April 25, 2010

The Buzz About The S-Word 

'The question is whether or not the District Court Judge will think that AEHI is getting carried away with a public remark by Shipley that probably - at that time - only raised some eyebrows...'

The Iran-Divine Strake Connection, June 26, 2008

'Divine Strake, in the eyes of a few defense and other conspiracy theorists, was a dry run to see what will happen when radioactive dust is thrown into the atmosphere. This is where you have to put on your 'I'm thinking sinister' hat and go along for a bumpy ride...'

The Plutonium Plume That Fell On Utah, May 28, 2008

The Remedy for an Unjust World, December 5, 2008 

'Ask yourself: has there ever been a society that hasn't evolved because of a single visionary who was just a simple, good person? Why can't that be you? Unshackle yourself and rise up from your humble beginnings.'

Revival of Nuclear Arms Race: US Conducts New Underground Nuclear Tests, September 30, 2012

Today's Forecast: Sunny with a Chance of Nuclear Reactor, March 1, 2009

Top 10 Reasons Why Divine Strake Shouldn't Take Place, February 19, 2007

U.S. Conducts Subcritical Nuclear Test, September 20, 2010

U.S. Conducted Subcritical...., July 21, 2011

Unreported by the Media: America's Nuclear Weapons Tests - The Truth is a "Bitter Pill" (1044 words), December 12, 2012

The West's Game: Nuclear Hypocrisy, December 6, 2010

Why would The Public Ever Believe Me?, October 10, 2008

Your Own Island of Humanity, October 29, 2006

Also visit the table of contents for our free e-book 'Deception, Cover-up and Murder in the Nuclear Age' and links to our Fukushima research

Images
Timeline of Fukushima meltdowns
Global aboveground nuclear testing fission-yields
Concentration of Sr-90 in raw milk, U.S. cities, 1957-1966
Distribution of Pacific fishing grounds affected by Bravo H-bomb, 1954
U.S. nuclear testing at Enewetak and Bikini atolls
U.S. nuclear testing at Johnston Atoll
U.S. nuclear testing in Argus series
Names of U.S. atmospheric N-tests in mushroom cloud shape
Map of eastern U.S. reactors
RECA map
NTS testing chart
Global outcry against subcritical nuclear tests
Trajectory of 'Fat Man' radiation cloud
Graph of strontium-90 in excreta
Yucca Flat - the most bombed place on Earth (Youtube)
Nevada nuclear testing trajectory maps: Buster-Jangle Test Series More images, maps of NV nuke tests Fallout 'series' maps for Upshot-Knothole Plumbob Rich Miller's fallout map path of Baneberry (logo pic)

The Pluto Factor 

Plutonium is a human-made element named for an object that lies on the frontier of our solar system.  On one side of Pluto's orbit is a small, glowing star and a moon-orbiting planet with blue skies and green lands full of life. On the other side is a vast expanse of space that is dark and cold and has no refuge for the weary.

Plutonium leaking out of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power complex into the air and water has re-introduced that frontier to Earth.

Plutonium from the smoke-filled and water-borne releases will infiltrate globally traded foods and electronic products in nearly every gadget and vehicle everywhere until the ten-thousandth 9.0 magnitude earthquake occurs on Earth.  

Plutonium will migrate from ocean to sea to bay to lagoon and back again, and contaminate all corners of the world into a 240,000 year-long future.

As far off into the future as you can imagine, mourners will be there spreading feather-light cremated ashes of their loved ones from mountaintops and particles of plutonium in those clouds of ash will again travel the currents of air across the oceans.

Forest fires on Honshu will plague all living things on Earth until the year 242,011 on Earth and CNN will not be there to show the wind movements in Japan every ten minutes.

One day, when you and I are long gone, when the constellations in the night sky look different than now, and Orion's Belt will be a two-star cluster or Leo will look more like a snake, our descendants will still not be free from Fukushima's stranglehold.  

The divide that we dragged into our midst, the 'Pluto factor,' which bridges life and death, will - for millennia - make every new life form on Earth have to fight harder than we did to survive in our world...which isn't pristine.  

We dragged Pluto into our midst 70 years ago in our quest for technological greatness, which is the currency in our times for cultural sanctity.  A technologically advanced nation whose citizens are not just immune from fear of but rather fully embrace technology and its priests is a holy nation, one capable of leading mankind in times of war and peace.  So, when civilization carried out its greatest organized scientific project ever - the Manhattan Project - that led to the invention of the atom bomb, this highest-ever revered 'creation' was stripped of its ugly attributes, or rather the priests pretended that the evil attributes of radioactive isotopes borne from plutonium are relatively benign.

Westerners dare not to think what they have done, for it would be sacrilegious to believe that our greatest 'pseudo-deity' - technology - has taken the form of an evil-god who destroys life and to whom our technological clergy have led us to worship.

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