Our friends at the Ecological Options Network (EON) recently released a short video in which Denise Duffield of Physicians for Social Responsibility in LA (PSR-LA) brilliantly describes the spread of radiation from the Santa Susanna Field Lab (SSFL) near Los Angeles and Malibu.Read More
As the Woolsey Fire burned and spread from the northeast to the western California shore at Malibu Beach, state and federal authorities immediately claimed there was no radiation risk to the public. That may turn out to be fact, but without any thorough scientific testing, we believe that this is wishful thinking. Official statements made during a major emergency to calm the public are no substitute for rigorous scientific analysis.Read More
The third set of samples have arrived and are in the lab for processing. These samples are from sites around Simi Valley, CA. Samples include soils, dusts and a car engine filter.
The first box of dust and ash samples have arrived. They are currently in the lab getting tested for radiation. They were collected just after the fire and are from areas west of the fire just north of Route 101
People from all over the U.S. and most especially California have written and called us asking Fairewinds Energy Education to help determine whether Californians are at risk from migrating Santa Susana radioactivity from the 97,000 acres destroyed by the Woolsey Fire. We don’t know that answer, but we are helping Californians find it.Read More