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In a time of political uncertainty, what can we learn from the last eye witnesses of the first and hopefully only nuclear war, or Japan's nuclear meltdown? My grandfather, Jacob Beser , was the only man in the world to have flown on both planes hat dropped the atomic bombs, and as a child I met the friend of my OTHER grandfather,a survivor from Hiroshima. I followed this strange coincidence to Japan and have been working with the survivors ever since.
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Nobel Peace Laureate Speech: ICAN's Beatrice Fihn Speaks at the Concert in Oslo
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In Oslo on December 10, the Nobel Peace Prize was awarded to the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN) and was accepted on behalf of the Campaign by its executive director, Beatrice Fihn, and by Setsuko Thurlow, an ICAN campaigner and survivor of the 1945 Hiroshima bombing. Both spoke for the thousands of campaigners in over 400 organizations and more than 100 countries around the world who succeeded this fall in working with friendly governments to move a majority of states at the United Nations to adopt a treaty to prohibit to ban nuclear weapons, making their possession, use, or threat of use unlawful.
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Today, the Georgia Public Service Commission, which regulates electric and gas utilities in the state, voted to approve continued construction of two nuclear reactors at Georgia Powers Plant Vogtle. This decision is unsurprising because of the Commissions utter failure to question the project throughout its ten-year history, but the decision is all the more ridiculous and unfortunate for it. The vote flies in the face of the evidence about the projects likelihood for continued failure, the states energy needs, and the PSC staffs own recommendation to cancel the Vogtle reactors if Georgia Power did not agree to swallow $4 billion of the cost.
When Russias FSB security service raided Fyodor Maryasovs apartment in Siberia last year, the authorities seized his computer and a scathing report he had compiled about Rosatom, the Kremlin-owned nuclear corporation. Among other things, the authorities accused him of inciting hatred against nuclear industry employees, an unusual charge that carries a maximum sentence of five years behind bars. They accused me of revealing state secrets in my report, the 49-year-old environmental activist says. But every single thing in it was taken from open sources.
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Guest essay by Michael Wallace, Hydrologist The prevailing model of seasonal and long term global ozone depletion is grounded in a principal assertion that emissions of industrial refrigerants and propellants (also known as Ozone Destroying Substances, ODSs) are the primary causal agents. I review that assertion from a perspective relating to my ongoing research of
Let us give the last word to highly respected Middle East energy and security analyst, Anthony Cordesman, currently of Washingtons Center for Strategic and International Studies: Theres no question. Why do you have a nuclear reactor in the Persian Gulf? Because you want to have some kind of nuclear (weapons) contingency capability. He sounds skeptical that its all about atoms for peace.
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There is nothing new about SMRs! They have been powering submarines and aircraft carriers ever since the since USS Nautilus was launched in 1955, over 60 years ago. And the worlds first purely civilian nuclear plant, at Shippingport in the USA, a 60MW SMR, went live in 1957. While civilian reactors got bigger, many hundreds of SMRs have been built and deployed for naval use.
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From the THE EARTH INSTITUTE AT COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY and the edge of wetness department. Humidity may prove breaking point for some areas as temperatures rise, says study From US south to China, heat stress could exceed human endurance Climate scientists say that killer heat waves will become increasingly prevalent in many regions as climate warms. However,
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Long live the wind, the strong wind the wind of Ana bolts and gusts of wind and the pylon fell. -Sunday, December 10 in the morning stupor on Mount Robin!
The landscape is not the same anymore. Where is the pylon number 220?
There, where 5 years ago the Montabot camp was held in June, he finally fell.
Rebelote, a breath of fresh air, we put the cover back, as a return in 2012, the line is again disconnected, 135 km of line THT without electricity and without the return of construction equipment.
However, RTE and their policy are back, too. It will not surprise neither local residents who have experienced the imposition of line, nor those who still struggle today against RTE, the method is always the same. Obviously, no information is given to the population.
Imagine coming back from the weekend to find the road blocked without access to your garden. At the end of it, you discover this capsized pylon. N...
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On the night of December 21st, we surveyed from Seyssins up to the Pr Nouvel eco-district, a construction site which started several years ago, supposedly to become the last urbanized area of this bourgeois enclave. There we struck three places, tagging our sabotage actions.
We punctually introduce the motives of our adventure before unfolding the story of our fierce skirmish. The eco-district is the archetype of the  richly propagandist sustainable development. Thanks to the magic wand of eco-marketing, every element of the project becomes virtuous: concrete of high-environmental quality, wood cladding, bioclimatic orientations of buildings, winding alleys between phyto-purification basins, lagoons intelligently thought for the reproduction of (domesticated) animals
And we thank BNP Paribas Real Estate, Vinci Real Estate, Grenoble Habitat and other titans of the proliferation of cities. The League For Birds dubs them Knights of Capitalist Construction because they disseminate birdhouses for birds who will soon be frustrated with their [lack of] freedom while the Rhne Alpes Federation for the Protection of Nature, environmental surety, affixes its logo at the bottom of page .
Greenwashed ecologists are the...
From the AMERICAN ASSOCIATION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF SCIENCE Science has chosen as its 2017 Breakthrough of the Year the first observations of a neutron-star merger, a violent celestial event that transfixed physicists and astronomers. As the two neutron stars spiraled together 130 million light years away, they generated tiny ripples in the fabric of spacetime called
From Rick Webb, Dominion Pipeline Monitoring Coalition, December 20, 2017
In the last two weeks, the Virginia State Water Control Board made important decisions about both the Mountain Valley Pipeline and the Atlantic Coast Pipeline. There has been confusion about exactly what the Boards decisions said and what they mean for future actions on both projects.
Although the Board acted illegally by issuing certifications without all of the information needed to ensure water quality protections, the Board did not simply accept the VA-DEQs misleading recommendations in favor of the proposed projects. Of most importance, the Board recognized what citizens have said for months that it did not have all of the information needed to support final approvals and felt it necessary to reserve authority for future actions.
In the case of the MVP, the water quality certification allows the Board to revisit the issue of water body crossings instead of simply relying on a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers blanket approval.
In the case of the ACP, the water quality certification delays construction until essential plans and studies, including erosion and sediment control, stormwater management, and karst analysis, are completed and submitted to the Board for approval.
A positive outcome will depend on proper reviews by the VA-DEQ, meaningful o...
Dane Wigington GeoengineeringWatch.org The majority of populations have been successfully programmed to believe that extreme climate and environmental changes can only occur over vast spans of time. Due to completely out of control anthropogenic activity (which includes climate engineering), such a conclusion could not be further from the truth. Countless existential threats are currently unfolding on
At this time of year, when the air turns chilly, we often find
ourselves battling dry skin with lotions, potions and humidifiers
on full blast. Our pups are just as prone to
itchy skin, which can be caused by a number of factors ranging
from environment to diet to something even more serious.
If you find that your dog is scratching more than normal, taking care of the irritation isnt as simple as reaching for the lotion.
How do you know that your dog is scratching due to dry skin? Dry skin is usually associated with white flaking, which we commonly see on the pets dorsum or back, Dr. Robert Proietto, a New York City-based veterinarian, told The Dodo.
If you see white dandruff dotting your dogs fur, dont ignore it. Dry, scaly skin can be a symptom of a bacterial or fungal infection or even a systemic disorder.
Once you have identified the cause, you can determine the best treatment plan for your itchy pup. Heres what you need to know about your dogss flaky skin:
College student Betsy Redfern has had the same best friend since
she was in the third grade: her beloved little Chihuahua named
Cupid. For the last 12 years, the two have been inseparable.
So, when she moved away from home to go to school, Redfern naturally decided to bring Cupid along, too and soon set about making his experience as cozy as could be.
Credit: Betsy RedfernWhen Redfern moved into her apartment, she realized there was an extra closet attached to her bedroom. Rather than use it as a boring old storage space, Redfern chose instead to make it a little abode just for Cupid to sleep and hang out in. There's a rack for all his dog clothes, too.
Credit: Kaysey Redfern"I was just decorating my apartment for Christmas, so I figured a tree would be a nice addition," Redfern said. "I like to spoil him, and he 'needed' it."
Credit: Kaysey RedfernBeing at college, it can sometimes be difficult to recreate the festiveness and warmth of the season that students are used to having back at home. But Redfern has found a way starting a new holiday tradition with her dear pup.
Thor the Chihuahua is everything youd expect from an 8-week-old
puppy: hes curious, loves to eat, and especially enjoys cuddle time
and playing with his new foster sister.
But just last week, his life was completely different.
Credit: Kristin SmithLast Tuesday night, animal control officers in Dickinson, Texas, responded to a call about a garbage bag lying on the side of the road and it looked like something was moving inside.
Credit: Kristin SmithWe had no idea if he would survive the surgery to remove his eye, Kristin Smith, a vet tech from the clinic, told The Dodo. Luckily, he pulled through and everything went better than expected.
Jen Sale hated going to the auction house it was smelly, dirty
and all the animals there were terrified.
Almost everyone is there to purchase animals for slaughter, Sale, CEO and founder of Sale Ranch Animal Sanctuary, told The Dodo. Its a scary, awful place.
A few weeks ago, Sale and a few animal lovers had gone to the California auction house to rescue a newborn calf. Sale was going to keep the newborn at her sanctuary, and her friends planned to feature the calf in a film about the dairy industry.
Credit: Sale Ranch Animal SanctuaryAfter bidding and winning the release of a 2-day-old baby calf, whom they named Pistol Annie, Sale and her friends went to leave. But then Sale caught sight of another calf being pushed into the bidding pen.
Credit: Sale Ranch Animal SanctuaryMy heart exploded with sadness and pain, Sale said. She was shaking so hard, barely able to hold herself up, and foaming at the mouth. I knew in that moment I had to save her. There was no way I was leaving her there.
A sanitation worker had just thrown a
garbage bag onto his truck when he heard a loud, pitiful cry.
Startled, he grabbed the bag and opened it, and found another
garbage bag that was completely sealed. When he opened the second
bag, he discovered a tiny, 4-week-old puppy.
Whoever left her there obviously meant for her to die because she was going to suffocate being inside the other bag that was completely sealed, Jessie Pena, vice president of Redland Rock Pit Abandoned Dogs Project in Miami, told The Dodo. I dont think it was that long because she was still alive, and she was crying and making noises.
Credit: Redland Rock Pit Abandoned Dogs ProjectAfter pulling the puppy out of the bag, the sanitation worker started calling different rescue organizations to get help for the puppy. Redland Rock Pit Abandoned Dogs Project was the group that responded and Pena herself went to get the puppy as quickly as she could.
Credit: Redland Rock Pit Abandoned Dogs ProjectWe took her to the emergency vet, and she confirmed that she does have a complete fracture, Pena said. She wasnt able to eat, she wasnt able to walk, she wasnt able to do anything when we first brought her in.
Leading her very own parade down the streets of her town,
Victoria the German shepherd couldnt help but smile.
As the newest honorary member of the Norristown, Pennsylvania, fire department, the 10-year-old rescue dog welcomed pats from firefighters who stopped to say hello and she made sure to show how much fun she was having.
Credit: Finding Shelter Animal RescueAlthough she couldnt walk the route due to a disease thats weakening her legs, Victoria happily rode on an ATV with a special banner hung across the front.
Credit: Finding Shelter Animal RescueThe kids heard that Victoria was sick, so, naturally, they wanted to brighten her spirits. But it quickly became apparent that it doesnt take much to make the dog smile.
Credit: Finding Shelter Animal RescueShe sat there riding along so proudly with her paws across my lap, Herbert told The Dodo. All of the kids were cheering and saying her name. She was truly joyful. She felt every ounce of love and respect that people were pointing her way. It was amazing.
Just before a 9-year-old named Raven arrived at BARCS Animal Shelter
in Baltimore, Maryland, back in June, she told her mom, Melissa
Davis, that she wanted to adopt the oldest dog there.
Melissa thought it best to warn Raven that this could be setting the family up for a lot of heartache, and soon: "Thats very kind of you," she said. "But when you adopt an old dog, you dont know how long youll have them. They could live for years or months or only weeks.
Raven countered this argument with another: "I dont want them to die in the shelter," Raven said. "They dont deserve to die alone."
That's how the Davis family decided to adopt the oldest dog in the shelter, who happened to be an 11-year old pit bull they named Kaylee.
Credit: Melissa DavisKaylee had been surrendered to BARCS three weeks earlier by her owners who couldn't afford to take care of her anymore. She had a torn ligament in her knee and early stage kidney disease, which required ongoing special care.
Credit: Melissa DavisBut shortly after the Davis family brought Kaylee home, it became clear that Melissa's initial worries had not been unfounded. At a visit to the veterinarian, Kaylee was diagnosed with metastatic thyroid carcinoma cancer. "By the time we adop...
h/t Breitbart Google Chairman Eric Schmidt, a hardcore climate advocate who has been heavily involved in Googles Truth Algorithm, an effort to filter fake material from Google search results, has stepped down as chairman to focus more time on his personal interests. Eric Schmidt to become technical advisor to Alphabet MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. (December
Guest essay by Jim Steele A recent survey conducted by Weather Central and George Mason University makes this claim: TV Weathercasters Views of Climate Change Appear to Be Rapidly Evolving Meteorologists examine causes of weather change every day. They are the scientists most likely to understand when unusual weather extremes are weather or climate change.
When the US entered the nuclear age, it did so recklessly. New research suggests that the hidden cost of developing nuclear weapons were far larger than previous estimates, with radioactive fallout responsible for 340,000 to 690,000 American deaths from 1951 to 1973.
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Several days of heavy rain caused widespread flooding on Maui and the Big Island, Hawaii this week. Heavy rains started Tuesday night but the worst hit Wednesday, December 20. According to NWS, Kahului Airport recorded nearly 67 mm (2.65 inches) of rainfall in 1...... Read more
A study published earlier this month in the Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society describes six distinct new species of silky anteater, meaning there are now officially seven species of the elusive mammal, not just one. Silky anteaters are small, nocturnal animals that live in the canopies of trees in the tropical forests of South and Central America. They are known as very discreet and thus difficult to find, which helps explain why Cyclopes didactylus, the common anteater, was one of the least studied anteaters in the world and had been considered to be a single species up until now. Flvia Miranda, a researcher at the Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais in Brazil and the studys lead author, told National Geographic that she first suspected there might be more than one silky anteater species after noticing that populations in the Brazilian Amazon had different fur colorations than those in the Atlantic forest. Miranda and a team of researchers set out to study the silky anteater more closely, but due to the animals secretive nature, it took them two years to finally capture a specimen from which they could take DNA samples. We spent many months during 19 expeditions in the Amazon and other rain forests searching for the little anteater, Miranda said in a statement. Her team eventually collected 33 samples of DNA from wild anteaters and examined more than 280 museum specimens from around the world in order to determine that silky anteaters are actually far more genetically and
Coprophanaeus lancifer, the largest crepuscular tunnelling dung beetle species found in the Amazon study region. Photographed in the Brazilian Amazon, 2016. Photo by Filipe Frana Reduced-impact-logging techniques are now used globally. This forestry approach, also called selective logging, aims to preserve biodiversity and maintain forest ecosystem functions while extracting commercially valuable timber. However, new research shows that even low-levels of timber extraction can have a detrimental effect on biodiversity that includes impacts on important ecosystem engineers such as dung beetles. Reduced-impact logging (RIL) became popular in the 1990s because it promised to provide timber without the ecologically devastating effects of clear-cutting. There are no published estimates of the global scale of RIL schemes, but a Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations (FAO) report in 2015 found that more than 2.1 billion hectares (8.1 million square miles) of forest is under a forest management plan, and 438 million hectares (1.7 million square miles) are internationally certified. Meanwhile, evidence has been mounting over the last decade that selective logging may not be the win-win scenario it was once thought to be. Tree being logged by a worker within the Brazilian timber concession where the study was conducted. Photo by Filipe Frana Low level logging impacts dung beetles In a study published online in Biological Conservation in October, an international research team compared the species richness of dung beetles and their effectiveness at removing dung, both before and after selective logging, at thirty-four sites in the Amazonian Jari Florestal logging concession
We associate a panting, pink tongue with a happy, relaxed dog
but what if your pup cant seem to hold his
his mouth for more than a few minutes at a time? Could a dogs
tongue perpetually waving in the wind like a flag be a sign that
A dogs tongue has many jobs: Its an air conditioner, a hydration system, an instrument for giving all those loving smooches and licks. The hardworking organ responds to taste, touch, heat, cold and pain, expanding and contracting depending on the dogs needs in the moment.
Its only natural that pet parents would be concerned if their dogs tongue sticks out say all the time. But, for some dogs, a flappy tongue is natural; here's how to tell the difference:
A man in Thailand got quite a surprise when he went into his
bathroom shower and tried to turn on the faucet.
Credit: WFFTA wide-eyed little animal was clinging to the showerhead, staring right back at him.
Credit: WFFT"He was found clinging to a showerhead," Wildlife Friends Foundation Thailand (WFFT) wrote. "He may have lost his way or been searching for food."
Credit: WFFTEven though this slow loris wasn't so unfortunate as to be trafficked as a pet, his rescue story indicates another threat facing animals like him:...
A mysterious injury left a yellow Lab mix named Kanuk without
the use of
his back legs. But devoted dog lovers in Texas are hoping to
find a forever home for the 11-month-old pup just in time for the
Credit: Catherine PrystupHe likes to play; he likes to run around and chase things. Hes just a little slower doing it, Catherine Prystup, who is fostering Kanuk for Lucky Lab Rescue and Adoption, told The Dodo.
Within a couple of hours, an email popped up in the rescues inbox from a woman named Amy Countryman with the Animal Emergency Hospital of Mansfield, Texas. Countryman could help Kanuk.
The villagers heard the elephant before they knew what was going
on she was crying out, sounding very distressed. When they went to
investigate, they found a baby elephant, who was probably about 3
weeks old, trapped
inside of a pit on the southern end of South Luangwa National
Park in Zambia. But the baby wasnt the one making most of the noise
the cries came from his mother, who was desperately trying to free
The pit wasnt actually that deep people had probably been digging up soil there to use for brick molding, which had left a shallow hole in the ground. But the baby elephant was too small to get out on his own. And as hard as she tried, the mother elephant couldnt get him out either.
Credit: Conservation South LuangwaThe mum was inside the pit with him, and frantically running around trying to help him out, but she also couldnt quite manage, Rachel McRobb, CEO and cofounder of Conservation South Luangwa (CSL), told The Dodo.
Credit: Conservation South LuangwaI jumped in the pit with the baby and got three scouts to help lift him out, McRobb said. They then carried him over to his mum before we woke her up.
Credit: Conservation South LuangwaThe...
Meet Apolo and Angel a pair of adorable Rottweiler puppies who
just so happen to be the prime suspects behind one recent case of
They weren't caught red-handed, exactly, but came pretty darn close to it.
Credit: Amanda SenaApolo and Angel live at home in Brazil with owner Amanda Sena and her family. Though just 4 months old, the pups have already built quite a reputation as troublemakers. In fact, they recently learned to work together to open doors, entering rooms where they're not allowed.
Credit: Amanda SenaThis paper flower belongs (or rather, belonged) to Amanda's sister. It was a decoration from an Hawaii-themed birthday she'd had, which she'd decided to hang onto as a keepsake. But Apolo and Angel clearly weren't deterred by such sentimentalities.
Foreword by Paul Dreissen. Author, advisor and former US Senate aide and Colorado Department of Natural Resources director Greg Walcher has written an important article on how sue-and-settle lawsuits ignored and abused our fundamental rights to legal due process from their very beginning while enriching the environmentalist groups that brought the legal actions. He
Sister Ardeth Platte and Sister Carol Gilbert, famous for their peaceful protests for nuclear disarmament, interviewed by Prof. Heidi Hutner.
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By BJ McManama, Indigenous Environmental Network with Anne Petermann and Ruddy Turnstone, Global Justice Ecology Project
Chestnuts roasting on an open fire, Jack Frost nipping at your nose We dont even have to provide the score for you to hear this song clearly in your head. The Christmas Song written in 1945 by Bob Wells and Mel Torm is a classic. However, by that time in history, the American chestnut (Castanea dentata) trees had almost completely vanished. They had fallen victim to an airborne fungus introduced by the import of an ornamental chestnut from Japan.
This was an epic loss. Before Europeans clearcut huge swaths of eastern woodland forests, chestnut saplings and large sheets of bark were used to build naturally strong and weather resistant Longhouses for the Haudenasaunee and many other tribes. And in most cases, it was done without killing the trees. The leaves provided medicine for countless generations who lived up and down the eastern seaboard. The nuts were ground into flour, boiled, and eaten raw.
But American chestnut trees were quickly targeted as the wood of choice beginning with the first boat-load of immigrants. They dominated the forests of the New World and were felled to build ships, settlements, and furniture. Huge beams were cut for dwellings of all sizes. The wood was dense, naturally rot resistant, and prized by woodworkers across the North American continent. The nuts were roasted and ground into flour for cakes, puddings, and breads.
Today, chestnuts are still a staple during the holidays and winter month...
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After years of government promises and public anticipation, Pennsylvania will soon have brand-new rules to reign in future fracking pollution. Last week, I attended the quarterly meeting of the PA Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) Air Quality Technical Advisory Committee (AQTAC) to witness the exciting announcement. New permit requirements will compel operators of future gas facilities to control methane emissions, both from planned releases and from leaks.
Because Earthworks, our partners, and frontline communities want to see meaningful state action on dangerous emissions from shale gas operations and cleaner air for all Pennsylvanians, we applaud the DEP for this significant progress. Yet at the same time, DEP and Governor Wolf must use this momentum to fulfill a longstanding promise and even more urgent goal: controlling current pollution from thousands of existing facilities throughout the Commonwealth.
Why this milestone matters--And why its not enough
Stronger permit conditions for polluters are an important step forward and owed in great part to the public, whose concern and input proves the importance of this issue. According to DEP representatives, the department received over 10,000 written comments and questions from the public in response to earlier drafts of the permits.
These new measures--which DEP promises will enter into force in early 2018--will help limit Pennsylvanias contribution to climate change, since methane is a greenhouse gas 87 times more potent than carbon dioxide in its capacity for climate disturbance. In fact, the oil and gas industry as a whole bears the blame for a full quarter of national methane emissions.
Pollution from gas wells and facilities also harms health. A host of volatile organic compounds (...
Missouri first in US to let physicians practice without completing residency (Or, Now Hiring, Battlefield Medics?) A Missouri law allowing medical school graduates to treat patients without having completed a designated residency program the first law of its kind in the U.S. went into effect after nearly three years, according to 41 Action 
By Andy May This is #6 of 7 posts on the hazards of global warming. If you cant read the sign, it says Global Warming, Absolute Truth that can not be questioned. The other two are discussing a global warming research vessel that was trapped in the ice. One wonders why the article doesnt mention the
Baltimore Murder Rate Surges Again In 2017 (Now Tied With Venezuela); Heres How Your City Fared [Like the Khmer Rouge in Cambodia proved, the end destination of socialism is a cataclysmic catastrophe. In countries like Venezuela, and North Korea, this is all too apparent. Leftists sympathizers across the globe and in America cant seem to 
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