was shut down in May 2014. The website presented independent analyses by Andrew Kishner--a U.S. anti-nuclear 'research activist'--on several unreported or under-reported nuclear topics including nuclear-powered satellite re-entries, subcritical nuclear tests, U.S. environmental radiation monitoring, atomic test site human guinea pig experiments, Fukushima, and the global governmental cover-up of health impacts related to nuclear weapons testing fallout exposures. Since May 2014, Andrew has re-released the content on two topics covered on his former website (, which endured as one of the largest online collections of freely accessible research material on the nuclear age (see a list of pre-shutdown website research titles). The website was freely accessible and ad-free since first being launched in 2007 (when it was previously known as The two above-mentioned topics refer to e-books that Andrew wrote in late 2014: Rig, Rad, Run: Radiation Monitoring, Fukushima, and Our Nuclear Dystopia (for Kindle) and Crossing the Line: Trafficking and Torture of Human Guinea Pigs in 1950s U.S.- U.K. Atomic Test Biological Experiments. Rig, Rad, Run doubles as a tell-all memoir about Andrew's activist years (in it, he explains why he shut down the site) and a retrospective of his research and activist efforts to raise awareness on the Fukushima disaster and post-Chernobyl U.S. radiation monitoring failures. Book reviewers may request a free reading copy of Rig, Rad, Run by mailing a post card or letter with your name, full address, phone number and title or URL of the venue where you publish book reviews to: Andrew Kishner, P.O. Box 1931, Fairfield, IA 52556.