California lost one its most historically important anti-nuclear activists on the night of of April 27th when Dwight Cocke passed away at his long term residence in San Francisco. Dwight played the key role of getting proposition 15 on the … Continue reading →
Memories of a Movement by Mark Evanoff CHAPTER 1 SELLING THE PEACEFUL ATOM “It is no wonder that some people wish we never succeeded in splitting the atom. But atomic power, like any force in nature, is not evil in … Continue reading →
With the closure of San Onofre, its time to celebrate one of the most important victories to date in the struggle to protect the environment in California’s long and prominent role on this issue. You wouldn’t know it by any … Continue reading →
The NRC has just posted this new topic on their blog site:
In Response to Your Letters: Proposed Restart of SONGS Unit 2
by Allison Macfarlane
You are encouraged to add you…Continue reading →
The San Francisco-based California Public Utilities Commission on Tuesday published a draft investigation order regarding the idled San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station.
It will take up the matter at a public meeting Oct. 25 in Irvine.&nb…Continue reading →
Posted Oct. 16, 2012, Salute to FOE!
WASHINGTON, D.C. — The Nuclear Regulatory
Commission’s continued refusal to consider a legally binding hearing on the
future of the San Onofre nuclear plant h…
Safety Team’s – Update 10-14-12, SCE’s Replacement
Steam Generator $680 Million Debacle
1. If SCE’s and MHI’s Engineers had used all the following
guidelines, they would have p…
SCE’s RESTART PR campaign is now in full swing, please tell your friends to find out what SanO insiders are saying about all the technical issues AGAINST RESTARTING SanO, before they attend the NRC Dana Pt. meeting on 10-09-12.
The complet…Continue reading →
For immediate release | September 13, 2012 Media Hotline ? 888.516.6397
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California ISO prepares for another …Continue reading →
The DAB Safety Team is thankful to numerous
anonymous concerned SONGS Workers, who have provided factual information in the
interest of the Public Safety to us so that we could arrive at these “Reasonable
Let’s put the NRC on NOTICE and get others to do the same.
You can see how far they are willing to let things go by looking at the old generator they replaced.
Ag…Continue reading →
(Total shutdown continues due
to failing new
generators which cost us $680 Million)
I asked this question of a whistle blower who was a licensed nuclear
operator at San Onofre and got the following exp…
Before you read this, I’d just like to point out that this is DAY 17 without any nuclear power coming from San Onofre, and the lights are still on. I think maybe they need us more than we need them.
Mayor and Councilmembers,
After coming so far …Continue reading →
If you have not read the ATOMIC ENERGY ACT OF 1954
(http://www.nuclearfiles.org/menu/library/treaties/atomic-energy-act/trty_atomic-energy-act_1954-08-30.htm), I would not only encourage you to do so I would ask you and your colleagues to rec…
ACTION ALERT: This my letter the city of San Clemente this morning, if you live in a 100 mile area I hope you while join in writing them now. Email at: George” Dear George and members of the city Council,Yesterday’s emergency shutdown at SONGS i…Continue reading →
By REBECCA SMITH Nuclear reactors in the central and eastern U.S. face previously unrecognized threats from big earthquakes, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission said Tuesday. Experts said upgrading the plants to withstand more substantial …Continue reading →
Radioactive water spills into containment dome, yet there is no danger
to the public, officials say.
Here we go again. The public rela…Continue reading →
“If the NRC does not do its job, the American people will demand the ultimate protection – the shutdown of old nuclear power plants…”, says Senator Barbara Boxer to NRC Commissioners on 12/15/2011.The California Nuclear Initiative proposes to d…Continue reading →