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Up to 690,000 American’s died from our own nuke tests!

Yes, you read the post title correctly. According to a 2017 study by researchers from the University of Arizona, between 340,000 and 690,000 Americans are estimated to have died from fallout and radiation-linked diseases generated by the 100 atmospheric atomic … Continue reading

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Tuesday Tunes: Radioactive band names

Here’s a list of band names from across the globe that pertain to radioactive topics, in particular the atomic age and/or nuclear issues. Twelve (12) different nations are represented on this list and most of the artists are rock performers, … Continue reading

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Can a remote uranium mining town become a retirement mecca?

While more of an academic publication than a great literary work of non-fiction, Boom Town Blues: Elliot Lake remains an enlightening and useful read. The book summarizes what can only be described as the “great experiment of Elliot Lake, Ontario.” Now, … Continue reading

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