Len Stark

Leonard Stark

Oct 10, 2014 No Comments ›› orepa

Shown here, taking part in the reading of the World Court decision on nuclear weapons in July of this year at an OREPA Sunday vigil, Leonard Stark was, into his tenth decade, an indefatigable adherent to the principles of nonviolence and the cause of peace. (continue reading: click on photo at left) Len died this …

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Groups join OREPA in Tritium comments

Sep 22, 2014 No Comments ›› orepa

The Oak Ridge Environmental Peace Alliance was joined by colleagues across the country in submitting comments on the plan to continue producing tritium (and polluting the Tennessee River) for bombs. Read the comments below: Comments on the Draft Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement for the Production of Tritium in a Commercial Light Water Reactor The following …

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Slide suggests tritium “need” overstated, pollution of Tenn River gratuitous

Sep 11, 2014 No Comments ›› orepa

“It means nothing. It’s notional.” That was the response of Curtis Chambellan, document manager for the Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement on the Production of Tritium in a Commercial Light Water Reactor. I was asking about a slide from a presentation the National Nuclear Security Administration had made to the Nuclear Regulatory Commission earlier in the …

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OREPA Newsletter, September 2014

Aug 28, 2014 No Comments ›› orepa

More tritium for bombs in Watts Bar reactor; latest on the UPF; and more! Click “continue reading” and then click through the links (twice) to read OREPA’s September newsletter: OREPA news web 8.14

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Step by Step: Understanding Tritium at Watts Bar

Aug 20, 2014 2 Comments ›› orepa

Understanding the Plan to continue production of nuclear weapons tritium at Watts Bar one step at a time: 1. The United States demolished the long-standing and internationally recognized wall between commercial and military nuclear power when it decided to produce tritium (a special isotope of hydrogen—H3) for nuclear weapons at the Watts Bar reactor in …

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