Great to see Plum Island, the most secure location of six candidates according to Homeland Security, being played up for proposed massive germlab, the N-BAF. Finally, something like sanity surfacing.
I’ve been picking up a new book my sis sent down from Denver post-convention. It’s about energy. More specifically, it’s a hyper-annotated challenge to these isolationist chanters enervating over energy “independence” who have have grown so pervasive of late. It’ll likely be one of those great love-hate reads that pushes me to grouse, kvetch, and argue into some new realizations.
I’ve been supremely critical of the paper’s smalltown chamber of commerce functioning on this issue. Consider their coverage and you can’t help but conclude, the editorial content has been spun – if not to sell the lab to SA – at least to keep a lid on the criticism.
Not new thoughts. No. But another explanation, perhaps, of why we tolerate the despoiling of our lands and waters. Working with living systems implicates us as partners in the web, rather than masters.
You will pay more for a healthy Gulf. And that’s not just some rancorous blogger talkin’. Maybe you didn’t realize that you’re willing to factor more than the rising gas […]
There is still time to raise a stink about UEC’s plans to mine an unconfined drinking-water aquifer in Goliad County for uranium.
Why is this man filming me?
What about his buddy in the Ranger with the viewfinder glued to his eye?
Several men with digital recorders and hard hats took part in a digitized stand-off Saturday as a group of about 20 uranium-curious amateur photographers toured mining operations outside Kingsville sans invitation.
South Texas Opposes Pollution (STOP) and the Coastal Bend Sierra Club are sponsoring a teach-in on uranium mining in Kingsville on May 17. The course will be led by Dr. […]
There will be a uranium mining teach-in down in Goliad this Saturday. It promises to shed more light on UEC’s efforts to mine uranium from shallow water drinking aquifers downriver from San Antonio. That would place it in prime cattle country and upriver from the oysters, shrimp, and wading birds of San Antonio Bay, fellas.
I am proud to announce that harman on earth has become a certified public relations nightmare. No. That’s too grand. Rephrase: I am pleased to announce that Uranium Enrichment Corpse […]
Golad County officials, suing Uranium Energy Corp. for allegedly fouling area water supplies, have opened the suit to local landowners. Many have been chomping for a shot at the Canadian […]
As uranium prospectors begin to scour and drill across South Texas once again, folks across the region are increasingly organizing to protect our limited groundwater supplies from in-situ leach mining. […]