Jerusalem, November 22 - Human Rights Alert (NGO), renewed the call in support of in support of Safecast - a global sensor network for collecting and sharing radiation measurements to empower people with data about their environments. [i]
The call came in the wake of:
- The current wave of radioactive iodine over Europe; [ii]
- The September 2011 Marcoule, France, nuclear accident, where one worker was "carbonized" and others seriously hurt; [iii]
- The March 2011 Fukushima, Japan nuclear disaster, the scope of which is yet to unfold, and [iv]
- The ongoing news of a pending military action against the nuclear plants in Iran. [v]
Inexpensive radiation monitors are readily available today, and if consistently used by volunteers to report radiation levels in their environments, would provide an important source of information, more reliable than government-originated news.
The People's access to valid and reliable information in an age where media are largely controlled by the government-corporate complex, is one of the topics to be discussed in the planned September 2012 Celebration in Jerusalem-AlQuds.
Human rights, freedom of the press, and access to information are among subjects to be discussed in:
Jerusalem Al-Quds 2012http://josephsdream2012.
Love, Peace, Justice
date to be scheduled
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(c) Joseph Zernik 2011
READ MORE:[i] Safecast - a global sensor network for collecting and sharing radiation measurements to empower people with data about their environments.
[ii] 11-11-14 Radioactive Iodine Blankets Much of Europe … Everyone Points Fingers _ Washingtonblog.com
11-11-18 Hungarian lab ‘most likely source’ of radioactive iodine-131 over Europe, IAEA says _ The Sofia Echo
[iii] 11-09-12 Fatal accident at Marcoule nuclear facility _ Earth Times
[jv] 11-03-18 Message to Japanese Friends _ Human Rights Alert (NGO)
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