Category Archives: Technology

Fukushima is still a disaster

The corporate media silence on Fukushima has been deafening even though the melted down nuclear power plant’s seaborne radiation is now washing up on American beaches. Continue reading

The fight goes on: FCC votes to consider rules that could end net neutrality

The vote was taken at the Federal Communications Commission Thursday morning, as drums pounded and hundreds of demonstrators supporting Net neutrality chanted outside FCC headquarters. Continue reading

The New York Times pens an “epitaph” for nuke power

In support of the dying nuclear power industry, the New York Times Editorial Board has penned an inadvertent epitaph. Continue reading

Solartopia! Winning the green energy revolution

High above the Bowling Green town dump, a green energy revolution is being won. Continue reading

14,000 Hiroshimas still swing in the Fukushima air . . .

Japan’s pro-nuclear prime minister has finally asked for global help at Fukushima. Continue reading

Standing in the sunshine, the answer is blowin’ in the wind

Tokelau, an independent territory of New Zealand, is a small three-island archipelago of about 1,400 residents about 300 miles north of American Samoa in the South Pacific. In October 2012, the Polynesian nation turned off the last of its diesel generators and became the first country to use solar power as its only energy source. Continue reading

Shut it all down: Report Calls for nationwide ban on fracking

Hydraulic fracturing gas drilling turning America's water into cancer-causing, radioactive waste

The explosion of hydraulic fracturing in the last several years, according to a new report, is creating a previously ‘unimaginable’ situation in which hundreds of billions of gallons of the nation’s fresh water supply are being annually transformed into unusable—sometimes radioactive—cancer-causing wastewater. Continue reading

The demand for a global takeover at Fukushima has hit critical mass

More than 48,000 global citizens have now signed a petition at www.nukefree.org asking the United Nations and the world community to take charge of the stricken Fukushima nuclear plant. Another 35,000 have signed at www.rootsaction.org. An independent advisory group of scientists and engineers is also in formation. Continue reading

The crisis at Fukushima 4 demands a global takeove

We are now within two months of what may be humankind’s most dangerous moment since the Cuban Missile Crisis. Continue reading

Dr. Hansen, we need you at Fukushima and Diablo Canyon

The horrifying news from Fukushima worsens daily. It is an unparalleled global catastrophe that cries out for anyone and everyone with nuclear expertise to pitch in. Continue reading

Royal Dutch Shell: They’ve really got a friend in Pennsylvania

Royal Dutch Shell, which owns or leases about 900,000 acres in the Marcellus Shale, had a great idea. Continue reading

Fukushima continues to spew its darkness

Radiation leaks, steam releases, disease and death continue to spew from Fukushima and a disaster which is far from over. Its most profound threat to the global ecology—a spent fuel fire—is still very much with us. Continue reading

Nikola Tesla: Calling all freethinkers

Part Three

One thing seeming most reliable for seekers of truth about Nikola Tesla: 90% of available information is disinformation, or misinformation. What’s more, Tesla’s greatest triumph is not only forbidden information, fully reproducing Aether capture Tesla style can be a PSQ (Power Status Quo) capital offense. Continue reading

Is modern technology rendering our institutions obsolete?

Watch out for Big Brother and Little Brother

Professor H.A. Anderson, one of my best professors as an economics major, put this question on one of his tests in his undergraduate economic development course at Texas Tech, in which I was sitting, in 1961. Continue reading

Nikola Tesla: Calling all freethinkers!

Part Two

Had humanity been allowed to pursue Nikola Tesla’s Aether technology as Tesla envisioned, we might not be on the brink of martial law in America, and WWIII wouldn’t be breathing down our necks. The Power Status Quo (PSQ) are very heavy breathers with death on their breath. Continue reading

Nikola Tesla: Calling all freethinkers!

Part One

Humanity’s horizons glowed from the brilliance of Nikola Tesla. But to our horrible misfortune, the glow was much too bright for the Power Status Quo (PSQ). Money means power, and Tesla cost tycoons a lot of money by slaying with alternating current (AC) the dead-end direct current (DC) power distribution system of Thomas Edison (financed by J.P Morgan). Continue reading

Fracking America’s food supply

Fracking—the process the oil and gas industry uses to extract fossil fuel as much as two miles below the ground—may directly impact the nation’s water supply, reduce water-based recreational and sports activity, and lead to an increase in the cost of food. Continue reading

San Onofre is dead and so is nuclear power

From his California beach house at San Clemente, Richard Nixon once watched three reactors rise at nearby San Onofre. As of June 7, 2013, all three are permanently shut. Continue reading

Think fracking is bad? Wait Until You hear about the gas industry’s ‘acid jobs’

It is a scandal how little the public knows about the 'rock melting' extraction process

Think fracking is bad? You should know about ‘acid jobs,’ environmental groups are warning. Continue reading

San Onofre at the no nukes brink: It’s time to take action & WIN!!!

In January, it seemed the restart of San Onofre Unit 2 would be a corporate cakewalk. Continue reading

The rust-bucket reactors start to fall

The US fleet of 104 deteriorating atomic reactors is starting to fall. The much-hyped “nuclear renaissance” is now definitively headed in reverse. Continue reading

The electronic couple—you and your cell phone

Recently there was a fire on the train tracks of Chicago’s metro that demonstrated how useful cell phones are in an emergency. Continue reading

The tragedy of Fukushima may be mankind’s greatest hope

The Tragedy of Fukushima is not yet fully known, at least not in terms of the long-term effects of the radiation released today and tomorrow, perhaps for mankind’s entire “half-lifetime.” Continue reading

Japan’s quake could have irradiated the entire US

Had the massive 8.9 Richter-scale earthquake that has just savaged Japan hit off the California coast, it could have ripped apart at least four coastal reactors and sent a lethal cloud of radiation across the entire United States. Continue reading