This is a last-minute invitation to join us TODAY in solidarity at a public event in San Clemente to draw attention to the alarming news about the looming threat of a radiation disaster at San Onofre.
This last-minute event is being organized by our friends at San Clemente Green at 6:00 PM today (Get details).
We are gathering at the park next to San Clemente Library today, 8/11.
at 6:00PM to protest and speak about the recent near-miss nuclear disaster at SONGS (get Map) Some folks have a plan to meet there early to make signs at 5:00PM.
Here’s the background:
The two words that strike terror into the hearts of nuclear workers are “Cask Drop.”
You could have heard a pin drop when David Fritch a safety worker at San Onofre decided to blow the whistle about a near-miss nuclear disaster (get the video here).
In it, Mr. Fritch describes in bone-chilling detail how a gigantic thin-walled steel canister weighing between 38,000 and 110,000 pounds came within a quarter inch of falling 18 feet. Edison doesn’t like to talk about what happens when one of these gigantic thin-walled cans breaks open, because on average each one contains more deadly radioactive Cesium than what was released during the entire Chernobyl disaster.
What’s more, even a hairline crack in one of these dangerous nuclear waste trash cans can emit millions of curies of radiation … and one curie is more than enough to kill you.
Sign the petition demanding real-time radiation monitoring at SONGS, and check our Real-Time web page for live radiation readings just one mile from SONGS.
And don’t forget to watch the video and pass it along to your friends.