Three Mile Island nuke disaster in ’79 was a day like no other. Until now.

It wasn’t Japan, it wasn’t Chernobyl. “The world has never known a day quite like today,” the somber network news anchor said. “It faced the considerable uncertainties and dangers of the worst nuclear power plant accident of the atomic age.” … Continue reading

U.S. nuke industry says taxpayers won’t pay for a meltdown here. Oh, really?

The U.S. nuclear industry says it would pick up the entire tab should a catastrophic wipeout of multiple reactors happen on American soil. Insurance and risk assessment experts say that’s not even close to the truth, and taxpayers would get … Continue reading

When Nuke Planning For The Worst Is Not Enough.

The four decomposing nuclear reactors rocked by the earthquake, tsunami and explosions in Japan are worrisome on so many levels, it’s hard to know where to start the list. Emergency plans for nuke plants seem fine until reality rears back … Continue reading

Nuke cops want a tally of missing radioactive EXIT signs.

Here’s something else to worry about. It seems the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission has become a bit concerned about the security or, at least the location of, hundreds of thousands of glow-in-the-dark exit signs that are being used throughout the … Continue reading