Indian Point: Still America’s Most Dangerous Nuclear Plant?

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Indian Point: Still America’s Most Dangerous Nuclear Plant?
CounterPunch
Indian Point: Still America’s Most Dangerous Nuclear Plant? by JOHN RAYMOND “Shut it down! Shut it down! Shut it down!” rang through the cavernous grand ballroom of the Doubletree Hotel in Tarrytown, NY, last week when the Nuclear Regulatory Commission
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Report: Obama ordered Stuxnet attacks on Iran
CSO Magazine
US President Barack Obama ordered the Stuxnet cyberattacks on Iran in an effort to slow the country’s development of a nuclear program, according to a report in The New York Times. The Times, quoting anonymous sources, reported that, in the early days
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San Onofre: Still Dirty, Still Dangerous
CounterPunch
A Jerry-Rigged Nuclear Reactor in a Jury-Rigged Political Environment. by RUSSELL D. HOFFMAN Hooray! Summer is “officially” upon us! The beaches had record numbers of people this past Memorial Day weekend. The tuna had cesium from Fukushima.
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Tokyo Electric Power Company’s Radioactive Lies
Dissident Voice
Can we trust Tokyo Electric Power Company (Tepco) to tell the truth about the status of the Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant (FNPP) or is Tepco really “Tipco,” a company based on shaky practices that now claims their radioactive storage building won’t tip
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Stuxnet cyberweapon created by U.S., Israel to attack Iran, reports NYT
Digitaltrends.com
The United States and Israel created the notorious Stuxnext worm to attack Iran’s nuclear facilities, reports The New York Times. The mysterious origin of Stuxnet, long considered one of the world’s most dangerous computer worms, is a mystery no more.
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Iran deserves the malware, but expect a backlash
CSO (blog)
But when you want to make nuclear weapons to use against Israel, the US and its allies, you’re asking for a response like this. I bring it up after reading a fascinating article in the New York Times about how President Obama secretly ordered
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