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For decades, the Santa Susana Field Laboratory (SSFL) activist community was relatively harmonious. Longtime members welcomed new activists, and the new activists were respectful toward them. Over the past few years, however, a handful of activists became increasingly competitive, disruptive, and volatile. Inappropriate behind the scenes behavior spilled into public […]
Government turns a blind eye as fallout from Fukushima heads our way By Michael Collins Pasadena Weekly – July 5, 2012 Millions of Southern Californians and tourists seek the region’s famous beaches to cool off in the sea breeze and frolic in the surf. Those iconic breezes, however, may be […]
Fracking Chemical Cocktail was the hottest Toxie at the Third Annual Toxies Awards for Bad Chemical Actors. Afterwards, EnviroReporter.com‘s Michael Collins and Frackie drilled down deeper into the subject of fracking. The result was A Fracking Night to Remember!
Fracking Chemical Cocktail heats up the Third Annual Toxies Awards for Bad Chemical Actors at the Silent Movie Theatre in Hollywood where the worst of the worst chemicals are honored.
EnviroReporter.com wins First Place for “Website – News Organization – Exclusive to the Internet” at 54th Annual Southern California Journalism Awards Gala Dinner.
The Third Annual Toxies Awards for Bad Chemical Actors was held June 24, 2012 at the Silent Film Theatre in Hollywood. It was A Fracking Night to Remember! Photos by Michael Collins/EnviroReporter.com, Chico Cortinas, G. McCarthy/Gary Leonard Photography & Dale Ramicone/EnviroReporter.com
As fallout from FukushiFma heads our way, the government turns a blind eye By Michael Collins Ventura County Reporter – June 7, 2012 READ OUR ANALYSIS OF “True facts about Ocean Radiation and the Fukushima Disaster” HERE Millions of Southern Californians and tourists seek the region’s famous beaches to cool […]
Rich Cusano Handle: SimiRich Inspector Alert detecting in Counts Per Minute (CPM) 1,281 special radiation tests as of March 15, 2015 [NEWEST TO OLDEST READINGS IN DESCENDING ORDER]
The fifth column was waiting By Michael Collins Los Angeles magazine – December 1996 In 1942, a Japanese submarine fired sixteen poorly aimed shells at the coastline north of Santa Barbara — the first foreign assault on the continental United States since 1812. Property values plunged up and down the […]
EnviroReporter.com was featured on G4TV’s “Attack of the Show!” on April 16, 2012 where host Kevin Pereira and journalist Michael Collins discuss Fukushima meltdowns.
Questionable new EPA soil survey detects radiation thousands of times over cleanup triggers By Michael Collins Ventura County Reporter – March 22, 2012 More than half a century since several partial meltdowns at the former Rocketdyne complex in eastern Ventura County, astronomical amounts of radiation are still being unearthed at […]
In California, the toxin TCE By Michael Collins LA Weekly – Thursday, February 23, 2012 When seated Occupy UC Davis protesters turned their backs on Lt. John Pike and his UC Davis police squad clad in riot gear on Nov. 18, he had had enough. Pike aimed a large can […]
Abridged and updated version of Beta Watch, with new data, information and interviews showing the uncontrolled release of radiation into the Pacific in Japan has hit home in California.
Rad News Digest which goes back to Day 1 of the Fukushima triple meltdowns and keeps us current going into Year 3 of this unprecedented disaster.
Shocking new Rocketdyne radiation readings show cesium-137 at nearly 9,300 times normal background. Worse yet, U.S. EPA baits and switches radiation background numbers.