Radiation Omnicide

“Radiation Omnicide” Leuren Moret interviewed by Alfred Webre ⚛ As we quickly approach 6 year mark of the most devastating nuclear accident of our time, an accident that has never been turned off or mitigated whatsoever beyond the most superficial of fixes, let us review what our status was one year ago, as radiation levels slowly began to creep upward – as we approached the … Continue reading Radiation Omnicide

NWO – Full Speed Ahead

“We are talking about a system which is in serious need of investigation, by prying off the barnacles that are slowing down the ship…” ~ Professor Darrell Hamamoto, PhD  On May 7th of 2016, an extraordinary conversation took place between Professor Darrell Hamamoto and Nuke Lab Whistle-Blower Leuren Moret, in the Asian Studies Department at UC Davis. This interview is astounding in its detail, scope, … Continue reading NWO – Full Speed Ahead

My Own Private Utah

Last week I found myself taking an unscheduled trip to Utah for a family emergency, and I am happy to report everyone is now OK. Although I have repeatedly said I would not fly commercial planes with the current research I have been doing on getting Nuked in the Skies (as well as the irradiation embrittlement of airliners which may be occurring due to Fukushima Fallout) … Continue reading My Own Private Utah

Summer of Dissent: 10 ways to Solve all of Michigans Problems

dis·sent diˈsent/ verb hold or express opinions that are at variance with those previously, commonly, or officially expressed. Michigan has always been a pretty cool state, besides the fact you can point to where you live on your right hand, a trait which is almost genetically inherent to us. Summer in Michigan is a time to enjoy the scenic wonders of local beaches and swimming … Continue reading Summer of Dissent: 10 ways to Solve all of Michigans Problems

Growing up Godzilla: A Movie Review

Normally I don’t write movie reviews – in fact, I rarely even watch movies, because these days most of them are basically terrible. But I do have some fond childhood memories of Godzilla, and after all the hype about this potentially epic post-Fukushima film involving taboo subjects like nuclear radiation and mutated monsters – things I deal with on a daily basis – I was really … Continue reading Growing up Godzilla: A Movie Review

The Pseudo-Celebration of Earth Day

Earth Day is an annual event, celebrated on April 22, on which events are held worldwide to demonstrate support for environmental protection. It was first celebrated in 1970, and is now coordinated globally by the Earth Day Network. It began innocently enough. In 1969 at a UNESCO Conference in San Francisco, peace activist John McConnell proposed a day to honor the Earth and the concept … Continue reading The Pseudo-Celebration of Earth Day


Is Fukushima really an ELE?

Recently it has become rather annoying to try to research almost any topic without repeatedly tripping over the letters E-L-E. From Nibiru to Yellowstone, this term has been getting thrown around a lot, sometimes as irresponsibly as the impending doom scenario being described, which often times hasn’t even happened yet. Generally, I like to stick with the doom that has already occurred, rather than worry … Continue reading Is Fukushima really an ELE?

Fukushima Spring 50 percent Genetic Damage found at Trader Joe's

Fukushima Spring: 50% Genetic Damage found at Trader Joe’s

Perusing the floral section in the supermarket is usually the first thing on my grocery list these days. For the past 3 years I have documented genetic damage not only plants growing locally in SE Michigan, but in domestic and imported plants, fruits, and produce being sold to the public. Some of my best finds have come from items grown along the Pacific Coast, and … Continue reading Fukushima Spring: 50% Genetic Damage found at Trader Joe’s

New Mexican Nuclear Facility Leak No Threat to Human Health

Why Don’t I have a good feeling about this? Ever notice the ones that declare an area safe never live there, Just A thought?? Posted: 03/27/2014 2:50 pm EDT Updated: 03/27/2014 2:59 pm EDT March 11 was the third anniversary of the Fukushima nuclear incident, where cleanup efforts to contain radioactive contamination continue. In a reminder that such problems are not limited to Japan but … Continue reading New Mexican Nuclear Facility Leak No Threat to Human Health

Senator Wyden Suffers Memory Loss – Pushes Oregon Produce

Senator Ron Wyden wants to make sure everyone knows today is National Agriculture Day, as he took to Twitter earlier for some shameless self-promoting to those suffering from a rad or media-induced lobotomy: Eat up, sheep! Having visited Fukushima in March of 2012, he should know better than most that the accident is far worse than stated, as he personally attested to shortly after his return. … Continue reading Senator Wyden Suffers Memory Loss – Pushes Oregon Produce