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Why Fry the Planet? – 5G as Existential Threat [Updated]

By James Heddle and Mary Beth Brangan – EON – September 27, 2018 “Unlike some countries, we do not believe we should spend the next couple of years studying what 5G should be, how it should operate, and how to … Continue reading

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Wargaming the Science on Cell Phones and Health

  Reprinted from the Pt. Reyes Light: War gaming the science on cell phones and health risks: A conversation with journalist Mark Dowie By Mary Beth Brangan and Jim Heddle.   06/28/2018   We’ve been documenting the development of wireless … Continue reading

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We Almost Lost SoCal

Nuclear-Waste-Dump by-the-Sea September 26, 2018The controversial loading of high-level nuclear waste in thin-walled steel canisters into concrete silos just yards from the beach at Southern California Edison’s shutdown San Onofre nuclear plant has been temporarily halted by potentially game-changing events … Continue reading

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UN No Nukes Day – Envisioning a Peaceful, Post-Nuclear Planet

International Day for the Total Elimination of Nuclear Weapons26 September 2013“The total elimination of nuclear weapons remains the highest disarmament priority of the United Nations.” Securing Our Common Future: An Agenda for DisarmamentWhat better way to honor this day of … Continue reading

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Iowa Oil Train Spill Poses a Question

June 23, 2018Silent drone footage from the Lyons County Sheriff Department: On June 22, 2018 there was a 31-car derailment of an oil train in a flooded region of Iowa, leaking crude oil into the Rock River. The Lyon County … Continue reading

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The California – New Mexico Nuclear Connection

Citizen Solidarity at Both Ends of a Proposed U.S. “Fukushima Freeway” Californians learn that the two industries which most threaten human survival are facing off in New Mexico’s ‘Nuclear Alley.’ By James Heddle – EON  – June 7, 2018 [ … Continue reading

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New Mexico’s ‘Nuclear Alley’ just says “No!” to More Radioactive Waste – EON Reports

  Nuclear Alley U.S.A. June 4, 2018 The Nuclear Waste Policy Act of 2018, HR 3053, known as the Shimkus Bill, passed the House last month on its way to the Senate. It calls for restarting the failed Yucca Mountain … Continue reading

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Rational Insanity – The Mad Logic of America’s Nuclear ‘Doomsday Machine’. [Updated]

Why the combination of Fear, Uncertainty, and Humanitarian Idealism may destroy most life on earth… unless We the People say ‘NO,’ and make it stick. By James Heddle – EON.      [ An earlier version of this article is on Counterpunch.org. … Continue reading

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Democracy in Defense of DNA – EON’s 2017 Report to Supporters

Democracy in Defense of DNA  Nuclear radiation and wireless electromagnetic pollution attack DNA. Only informed democratic choice can defend it. That’s what EON is all about. Please help us continue our work with a tax deductible donation! EON is a … Continue reading

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The REAL ‘Nuclear Triad’ – Energy, Weapons and Waste

By James Heddle – EON, the Ecological Options Network [ This article is also available on CounterPunch,  ReaderSupportedNews  and NoNukesCA ] Clear and Present Danger Back in Presidential Debate days, candidate Trump revealed that he didn’t know that the term … Continue reading

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