NuclearCrimes.org reported on forgotten, lesser-known and obscured misdeeds and tragic mishaps of the nuclear age. The common threads of this wide-ranging web repository of independent research and opinion, later organized into a draft online e-book, were humanmade environmental radiation and radiation justice.
NuclearCrimes.org was closed in May 2014. Research sampler of former content.
After this website shuttered, its founder wrote Rig, Rad, Run: Radiation Monitoring, Fukushima, and Our Nuclear Dystopia (2015). The book is a must-read for anyone interested in preparing for future or worsening nuclear disasters by learning to deconstruct distortions of truth in radiation monitoring and nuclear communications.
Another publication that emerged following this site's closure in 2014 is titled Crossing the Line: Trafficking and Torture of Human Guinea Pigs in 1950s U.s.-U.k. Atomic Test Biological Experiments. The book begins with:
'On July 16, 1945, the first-ever nuclear explosion named 'Trinity,' signaled the beginning of the atomic age, and with it the birth of the nuclear test guinea pig.'
Both books can be sampled or purchased on Amazon.com.
Learn more from this website's founder, Andrew Kishner.