From 2007 to 2014, this website hosted independent research and writings about the nuclear age by researcher-activist Andrew Kishner. Topics covered by this website in analyses that spanned dozens of webpages included: nuclear spacecraft re-entries, global nuclear testing fallout, 'Mighty Oak' (a nuclear test blunder), the Rongelapese (Pacific nuclear test victims), radiation monitoring (1950s through present), and radiation victim compensation. To read short segments from each webpage, click here. Thank you to online and Facebook supporters of this former project (NuclearCrimes.org).
Since 2014, Andrew has issued a handful of e-books that grew out of this web project; a list can be seen on his website. In the last few years of running NuclearCrimes.org, Andrew accumulated research on Fukushima and worried about how to explain a new fear to his supporters. He later authored the book, 'Rig, Rad, Run: Radiation Monitoring, Fukushima, and Our Nuclear Dystopia.'