Andrew Kishner

Subcritical nuclear testing handout
NHK: US conducted subcritical nuclear test in November [Nightshade A]  
U.S. sneaks in 'Vega,' its 28th subcritical nuclear test, updates (Ediza)
Proliferation--nuclear weapons opeds @Globalresearch.ca - 15 years since a near 'Divine Strake'

Obama's Oil Gusher Science Team Has 'One Good Idea'
Fallout, Swine Flu, And A Pandemic Of Awareness
Iodine-131 and a Wild Goose Chase  
A New Ointment to Treat Activist Burnout or The Half-Life of An Anti Nuclear Activist
'A Pacific Nuclear Crime' (work in progress about Marshall Islanders)
What Fukushima and Click-Bait Articles About It Have in Common: Neither Hold Water
The Danger in Our Walls: A Brief Look at the Hazards of Gypsum, Phosphogypsum and the Phosphate Industry - just re-released!

Books:
Crossing the Line: Trafficking and Torture of Human Guinea Pigs in 1950s U.S.-U.K. Atomic Test Biological Experiments (ebook)

American and Australian ex-servicemen/ex-military who participated in activities at atomic test sites run by the U.S. and British governments in the 1950s say they witnessed pieces of a grisly reality that involved trafficking and medical torture/killing of humans including severely disabled persons. This short e-book provides readers with a summary of the testimonies and disclosures made by the ex-servicemen to journalists and government commissions in the late 20th century.

Rig, Rad, Run: Radiation Monitoring, Fukushima, and Our Nuclear Dystopia

RIG, RAD, RUN is a hard-hitting citizen-scientist analysis about the U.S. radiation monitoring response to the 2011 Fukushima nuclear disaster. The book shares the author's research discoveries on a wide range of failures and manipulations in the radiation monitoring activities of the Environmental Protection Agency and other federal health agencies in the Fukushima aftermath.
























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