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Vatican Radio is Told to Pay Out Over Transmitter Cancer Risk

The Supreme Court of Italy has ordered Vatican Radio to compensate Cesano, a small town near Rome, following allegations the broadcaster’s high-powered transmitters put children at a higher risk of cancer. Reports emerged in 2001 that electromagnetic radiation produced by Vatican Radio’s transmitters near the town was above the legal limit. A health authority released […]

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Warning to All Cell Phone Users

NEW Urgent Warning to All Cell Phone Users

If you think the jury’s still out on whether cell phones can be dangerous to your health, then you might want to take the time to listen to this video from the Environmental Health Trust ( Dr. Devra Davis, author of “Disconnect–The Truth About Cellphone Radiation,” has been researching the safety hazards of radiation emanating from your cell […]

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Japanese Professor: Fukushima release equivalent to 1,000 atomic bombs?

Title: Fukushima Daiichi: A Chronological Account of the Disaster Event: Helen Caldicott Foundation Symposium: The Medical and Ecological Consequences of the Fukushima Nuclear Accident, Co-Sponsored by Physicians for Social Responsibility Source: ERF2012 Videographed & Edited by: Intertelemedia, Inc Translated by: Kazko Kawai, Voices for Lively Spring Subtitled by: East River Films Inc Date: March 11, 2013 At 6:15 […]

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Plumes of Radioactivity

Plumes of radioactivity from Fukushima are migrating in the Pacific

USNewswire via Reuters, March 5, 2013: “Plumes of radioactivity from Fukushima are migrating in the Pacific towards the U.S. West Coast.” –Dr. Helen Caldicott Reuters, March 5, 2013: [Fukushima Daiichi’s] damaged reactors still seep radiation, although at a rate of 10 million Becquerel per hour for cesium versus about 800 trillion right after the disaster. […]

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Fukushima workers ‘told to ignore radiation alerts’

A nuclear worker has told the ABC how he was ordered inside wearing insufficient protective gear to tackle the 2011 Fukushima nuclear plant meltdown. Just a few days before the second anniversary of the crisis, a picture is emerging of what workers endured at the crippled plant. In an exclusive interview with the ABC, the […]

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Yoko Ono Buys TV Ad Time to Speak to Gov. Cuomo About Fracking

As the deadline for New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s decision on gas fracking approaches later this month, Artists Against Fracking has stepped up its campaign calling for a permanent moratorium on fracking. Today, a 30-second TV ad will begin airing in New York City, Westchester and Albany featuring Artists Against Fracking co-founder Yoko Ono addressing the Governor: […]

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Large amounts of Tsunami debris coming ashore

Pilot: Large amounts of tsunami debris coming ashore — “Holy crap, all of a sudden you see all this stuff” (VIDEO) Title: Tsunami debris litters B.C. beaches Source: The Globe and Mail Author: MARK HUME Date: Jan. 28 2013 Debris from the tsunami that struck Japan two years ago is building up on West Coast beaches, […]

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Surviving Japan: Film

After the Japanese 3/11 earthquake, tsunami and Fukushima disaster, an American named Chris Noland volunteered in the massive cleanup effort. What he found led him on a path to answers across North East Japan – to the government, to the power company, and to discover the shocking truth. The lingering effects of the March 2011 […]

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Stay Safe with NSA

NSA surveillance: A guide to staying secure

The NSA has huge capabilities – and if it wants in to your computer, it’s in. With that in mind, here are five ways to stay safe. Now that we have enough details about how the NSA eavesdrops on the internet, including today’s disclosures of the NSA’s deliberate weakening of cryptographic systems, we can finally start to figure out how to […]

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Internet Basics | EFF Surveillance Self-Defense Project

The Internet is a global network of many individual computer networks, all speaking the same computer language, the Internet Protocol (IP). Every computer connected to the Internet has an IP address, a unique numeric identifier that can be “static”, i.e. unchanging, or may be “dynamically” assigned by your ISP, such that your computer’s address changes […]

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Privacy for anyone anywhere

Tails is a live operating system, that you can start on almost any computer from a DVD, USB stick, or SD card. It aims at preserving your privacy and anonymity, and helps you to: use the Internet anonymously and circumvent censorship; all connections to the Internet are forced to go through the Tor network; leave no trace on the computer you are using […]

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