* NuclearCrimes.org (2007-2014). This site was shuttered in 2014.

NuclearCrimes.org was best known for laying bare many suppressed or unknown truths--including historical cover-ups--relating to the U.S. nuclear establishment. Anti-nuclear scholarship content that was removed from public view when this site closed in May 2014 is fractionally still up on the web in various forms, as well as on this site's former Youtube channel and in books by activist and author Andrew Kishner, the site's founder. Visit www.AndrewKishner.com to sign up for new book notifications.

The independent research formerly hosted on this website (example) has attracted interest from investigative journalists, documentarians, news wires and many involved in the struggle of the 'downwinders' (radiation victims of U.S. nuclear testing fallout). Beginning a decade ago, this website and its founder filled a void in advocacy against subcritical nuclear testing. Proudly, Andrew, through this site and other channels, has repeatedly resparked the global conversation about these controversial nuclear experiments and has been helping leading peace groups and journalists counter the misleading government narrative about them.

Research formerly viewable on this website about Fukushima from the years 2011-2014 was reworked in 2015 by Andrew into a book titled 'RIG, RAD, RUN.'

Educational resources:

American Ground Zero: The Secret Nuclear War. Author: Carole Gallagher [find in a public library near you; or, buy used, e.g., on Amazon]

Chernobyl: Consequences of the Catastrophe for People and the Environment. Authors: Alexey V. Yablokov, Vassily B. Nesterenko, Alexey V. Nesterenko, Consulting editor Janette D. Sherman-Nevinger - PDF - free

Radical Drinking Water Radiation Rise Confirmed in EPA Plan - EPA Hid Planned Exposure Levels 1,000s of Times Safe Drinking Water Act Limits - P.E.E.R. Press Release

Letter: DEC claims radio-isotope tests find nothing in Alaskan seafood - Letter by Daniel N. Russell, physics consultant

Working Document V: Nuclear Weapons and Radioactive Pollution of the Earth's Environment - Proceedings of 'A Call from Hibakusha of Hiroshima and Nagasaki,' International Symposium on the Damage and After-Effects of the Atomic Bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, 1977 -- useful for comparing post-3/11 sea measurements to 50's, '60s