Chernobyl: Understanding Consequences of Playing With The Poison Fire

“It is correct to say that a single event—the Chernobyl accident—has caused between 600,000 and a million cases of cancer and leukemia. The radio-cesiums are on the ground, and humans are committed to receive the doses from them. To the extent that a share of the dose has already been received, a share of the malignancies is already underway, even though they will not become manifest, clinically, for years.... We can predict with high confidence that an honest study of the proposed population sample will simply confirm—but decades from now—the magnitude of radiation production of cancer, a magnitude we know quite well prior to such a study.”
—John W. Gofman, MD, PhD, Sept 1986 American Chemical Society Symposium on Low-Level Radiation


“... not merely peace for Americans...” Banning Nuclear Weapons and Retrieving the Legacy of President Kennedy’s Last Year

The murder of President Kennedy terminated the process of peace building with the so-called enemy because we, ordinary citizens, were not sufficiently aware and not sufficiently organized to demand that the pursuit of peace building and partnership continue. This is our responsibility—to understand President Kennedy’s legacy and to carry it forward.


The Dynamics of Possible Nuclear Extinction - Artificial Intelligence

The global danger inherent in nuclear weapons has increased exponentially with the advent of computers and more recently of AI – artificial intelligence


Nuclear War - An Unrecognized Mass Extinction Event Waiting To Happen

Any nuclear war will be a mass extinction event that ENDS human history.


Atomic Energy: Origins Of The Fallacy In A Risk-Free Radiation Dose

URANIUM: ITS USES AND DANGERS, from a talk by Dr. Gordon Edwards, 25 Sep 2014; Photograph by Robert Del Tredici[1] The ability to tap energy at the…


Atomic Energy: Consequences of Creating Nuclear Weapons & Power

man-made radioactive matter lasts far longer than proto humans first appearance on Earth


Shafts Of Light Cutting Into the Darkness: The Montreal Declaration & UN Resolution L.41

World Mobilization: eliminate nuclear weapons, phase out nuclear reactors ending mass-production of high-level nuclear wastes, and halt all uranium mining worldwide.