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  • Our Compromised Energy Landscape
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    Atoms for Peace & the Problems of Nuclear Power
    A report produced in 2002 which addresses the pitfalls of nuclear power technologies and policy.
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  • vermont Yankee Nuclear Power Station: A Second Lease on Half-Life?
    the dangers inherent in the uprate of Vermont Yankee, and the very real potential to devastate New England ' forever. (this story appeared in the Montague Reporter (Montague, MA) in December 2003, amidst the ongoing (April 2004) plans to dangerously increase output power. )
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  • New England Public Sold Out by Vermont Public Service Board: On the Uprate of Vermont Yankee Nuclear Plant
    (Article appeared as an OP-ED in the Brattleboro Reformer, Brattleboro VT, in December 2003.) (the ties of the Vermont Public Service Board to big Nuclear Energy interests. )
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  • Nuclear Poisons
    :
    they continue to accumulate:
    too much, too fast, too hot to handle, insidious and deadly, lasting forever.

    Cover story: Valley Advocate Newspapers, July 6-12, 1995
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  • the Hottest Damned Holes in the River...
    :
    Wait? No! You mean the Whole Dammed River is HOT?
    An essay cum expose on the nuclear power releases of radiotoxins in the American water systems. (Published in the Pioneer Valley VOICE newspaper in 2001. )
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  • Media Meltdown: the Potential Repercussions of a Pro-Nuclear Press
    A sociological and technological discussion addressing the compromise of public health and security created by the failure of the US press to equitably report on, mildly investigate, or even moderately challenge, the nuclear power industry. ((A report written after learning about the pro-nuclear bias of the Society of Environmental Journalists; it was published by VOICE NEWS, Winstead CT, in 2001.) )
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  • Illuminating the Cell Tower Agenda
    :
    Submitted to Montague (MA) Reporter -- Unpublished.
    A brief expose on the hidden agenda of Homeland Security and coming cell tower technologies.
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  • Operator? Would You Help Me Place This Nightmare?
    :
    the Hidden Costs of Cellular CommunicationsTechnologies
    A short! report on the unreported (and supressed) public health and environmental devastation being wrought by cellular communications technologies. (Published by the Pioneer Valley VOICE newspaper in 2001. )
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