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CPR News: CPR News, December 12, 2017

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CPR News: Weekday World, December 12, 2017

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Joe and Anthony on Chiampa Radio : Episode 115 - The Real Episode 114

Date Uploaded: 2017-12-11 18:15:03.0
Yes! We made it, technical difficulties plagued us once again, but we were able to take our regular caller Ezel and get to our interesting and crazy news from Chicago, Florida, and beyond! Tune in every Monday night at 8 pm eastern!



This Way Out: SCOTUS considers Colorado baker bias + more global LGBT news!

Date Uploaded: 2017-12-11 17:29:55.0
The U.S. Supreme Court considers speech, creativity, and anti-gay bias; Austria’s top court declares civil marriage equality, Cambodia’s human rights head highlights a queer Asia Conference, a Tanzanian lesbian is arrested after her video’d romance goes viral, Trump tilts at federal court windmills over transgender military troops, a Kentucky marriage activist runs against the clerk of his discontent, matrimonial equality becomes the law of the land in Australia, and more LGBTQ news from around the world.



Radio Thrift Shop: Broadcast 429

Date Uploaded: 2017-12-11 16:11:19.0
Radio Thrift Shop features a flexible format & is an homage to the "underground" era of broadcasting & freeform radio stations of the 1960's and 1970's. RTS features a homegrown mix of old time radio shows and documentaries, vinyl records, 78s, 45's, LPs, private press releases, and a variety of cassette tapes and homemade / self released cds. Each broadcast of Radio Thrift Shop features an improvised playlist from DJ Frederick's record library.



Freedom Rally XVIII

Date Uploaded: 2017-12-11 15:54:23.0
Report from the annual Freedom Rally against Marijuana prohibition on Boston Common. Although this was the first time the rally was held with recreational grass being legal in the state.



CPR News: CPR News, December 11, 2017

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December 11, 2017: Let's Have Homecoming - Show # 18

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Where Are the People? as Nuclear Age ends

Date Uploaded: 2017-12-11 09:59:25.0
The End of the Nuclear Age: Where are the People?; a week of events organized by the Nuclear Energy Information Service to provide balance to the celebrations organized at the University of Chicago on whose campus the first experiment to produce a controlled chain reaction was conducted, December 2, 1942.

Nuclear expert, engineer, and former nuclear utility vice-president Arnie Gundersen of Fairewinds Energy Education Corp, and Dr. Norma Field, professor emeritus, Dept. of East Asian Studies, University of Chicago, offer a sober counter to the promotional hype, given substance by using the University as stage for the celebration of what, along with climate change, threatens to destroy human civilization along with much of the biosphere.

Gundersen talks about his trips to Japan to collect dirt samples following the nuclear reactor explosions and his work with citizens who seek the truth about the levels of contamination they are experiencing; there is wide spread distrust of the Japanese government and the utility TEPCO. The internet has proved key as a tool for accessing truth and challenging the lies of government and industry.

He speaks of doctors under order from the Japanese government to diagnose the common effects of radiation as psychological in origin. And he reveals what he found in the dirt samples he collected and what a FOIA later revealed the NRC knew about the scale of the radiological contamination: ALL of northern Japan.

He comments on the Public Relations use of the 2020 Summer Olympics to decontaminate the country's image when the past six years have demonstrated the impossibility of decontaminating the land itself.

Dr. Fields speaks about the cultural and social
consequences of the Fukushima disaster, and the shared experiences of Americans and Marshall Islanders who were irradiated as a result of nuclear fall out from the nuclear bomb tests, the experimentation by US Government funded scientists, doctors and researchers on humans, and the misuse of science to deny the people effected by their nuclear exposure, mental stress and adverse health effects, the scientific basis of their suffering. Both speak of the social stigma being irradiated produces and the failure of the Japanese government, like the US Government to prioritize human health and well being over
political and financial interests. Fields refers to Representative Ed Markey and his Committee's report on human radiation experiments, one of which took place on the University of Chicago's campus. She raises concerns over the absence of any public critical assessment, during the 75th anniversary hoopla, by the University or its scientific community of the larger ramifications and the ethical course that Fermi's successful experiment has lead US and all of mankind on.



Brad's Vinyl: Close Enough for Rock 'N Roll - Nazareth

Date Uploaded: 2017-12-11 09:38:06.0
 



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