Controlling Information, not Radiation: TEPCO pulls data from website

April 7, 2011

Arnie Gunderson’s new update on Fukushima, including an evaluation of the NRC’s latest study on the accident.

Gunderson’s charge that the company and government are clamping down on bad news is supported by the reporting of just about all the journalists on the scene, including CNN’s report last week of TEPCO workers being muzzled.

Gunderson has been consistently accurate and prescient thru the course of this accident, and I will continue to look for his updates.


2 Responses to “Controlling Information, not Radiation: TEPCO pulls data from website”

  1. BlueRock Says:

    Another way to confirm how credible Gunderson is: mention his name or reference his work while ‘debating’ the nuke fan club. Stand back and watch the hysterics begin. They’ll screech and holler that he has no credibility. Same deal with Amory Lovins, Joe Romm. Expect your name to appear on that list soon enough, Peter – if you’re not already on it. 😉

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