Brasil: Cientos de miles de personas salen a las calles contra la subida de los transportes publicos y los gastos del Mundial
por Kaos. América Latina
Los sectores que vienen promoviendo protestas contra un fuerte aumento en las tarifas del transporte amenazaron el lunes con hacer movilizaciones más grandes todavía, lo que aliment temores de que se repita la brutal represión policial de los últimos días. View full article »
Source: Kingston Community News
Hanford’s 56 million gallons of the most contaminated nuclear waste in the western hemisphere is a true horror story. [...]
In February, officials announced that six single-shell tanks were leaking. These are not the first leaks; there have been decades of earth contamination. [...] View full article »
There is still more than a month left in the Instructables Green Design Contest and there are already over 100 entries. We’re loving the creativity and crafty spirit that is going into each project, the goal of which is to keep the environment in mind when designing and crafting something new. That’s why this project for making a small wind power generator stood out to us.
The project is by user out-of-the-box, and walks you through how to make a small upright wind turbine to sit in your yard and gather a bit of power from the breeze. View full article »
1. The bottom line about Fukushima Daiichi is an ELE (extinction level event) involving three reactors in meltdown since March 11, 2011, other damaged reactor cores, no efforts by anyone anywhere to contain the global catastrophe, other than ‘media damage control’.
2. (A) The reactor cores were designed to be under water. That means that the reactor cores were designed to be under water. The reactor cores must be put under water immediately, using existing technology, enabling retrieval of the hot cores by an international team of nuclear submarines. Disposal of nuclear waste is a secondary issue. Note: There is no legitimate disposal of nuclear waste possible, ever. View full article »