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Superfund Research & Beyond

Warning: Attorney Stephen R. Jaffe Will Betray You

  This is a public warning about attorney Stephen R. Jaffe. He claims to be a False Claims Act whistleblower attorney.  If you’re considering approaching him to disclose sensitive information, he will betray your trust and violate your confidentiality. In the process of approaching attorneys over False Claims Act cases, we engaged him.  What we…
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April 17, 2021 0

A Brief History Of The Whistleblower Retaliation This Organization Is Enduring

real scientific testing. trust the people who know, not the people who pretend to know Posted by Nowhere Man on Monday, April 12, 2021

April 13, 2021 0

Debunked: Matthew Berdyck Did Not Threaten To Blow Up Perry Nuclear Power Plant

The question that’s been on everyone’s mind is how did North Perry Village and Perry Nuclear Power Plant end up in the Nowhere Man film and published on to begin with? The answer to that question has been a mystery for many years but may have finally been solved. Years ago, an article appeared on…
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April 9, 2021 0

Matthew Berdyck: Peter John Ross Nowhere Man Film Likely To Increase Incidents At Perry Nuclear Power Plant

  On April 7th, 2021, police and federal agencies converged upon Perry Nuclear Power Plant, located in North Perry Village, Ohio, causing a massive public scare over what turned out to be a guy who had falsely claimed he had a bomb. This event immediately brought back memories of a prior incident that occurred in…
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April 8, 2021 0

Photo Tour of Red Gate Woods: Site A, Plot M, and Chicago Piles 2 & 3

By Matthew Berdyck On December 2nd 1942, the world witnessed its first sustained nuclear reaction, introducing the planet to the dawn of atomic energy, nuclear proliferation, and high transuranic elements: human-made radioactive elements; neptunium, plutonium, americium, and others, that have atomic numbers higher than uranium in the periodic table of elements. The reactor, called Chicago Pile 1…
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February 9, 2020 0

Running Timeline of the Manhattan Project

  1939 August 2: Albert Einstein signs the letter (Einstein–Szilárd letter), authored by physicist Leó Szilárd and addressed to President Franklin D. Roosevelt, advising him to fund research into the possibility of using nuclear fission as a weapon as Nazi Germany may also be conducting such research. September 3: Great Britain and France declare war…
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February 8, 2020 0

How Matthew Berdyck Investigated And Exposed A Cancer Cluster in Moab, Utah

By Matthew Berdyck I’d randomly wandered into Moab, Utah after taking a spontaneous left from I-80 west at Crescent Junction, onto 191. Blowing into town on a cloud of dust led me to a hotel called the Gonzo Inn; a small, creatively spun, inn, handcrafted from the legacy of Thompson, himself. At the desk, I…
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February 6, 2020 0

Data Mining Tools: Superfund Documents Downloader Software is proud to announce the release of our EPA Superfund Toxic Waste Site Records Downloader. Activists and journalists that would like to research these sites are often left with the arduous task of locating and downloading all of the relevant records. Our Superfund downloader streamlines this process, allowing a researcher to quickly locate…
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February 5, 2020 0

Interactive Superfund & Toxic Waste Site Locator Map

  There are over 47,000 Superfund sites. 1,300 of these sites are listed on the National Priorities List (NPL). This interactive map, created by the US EPA, can help you locate an NPL Superfund site and associated pubicly available online records. Iframes not supported

February 4, 2020 0

Take A Photo Tour Of The Hanford B Reactor

  The B Reactor (the 105-B building at the Hanford Site) was the world’s first production-scale nuclear reactor. It was rushed into construction during the height of WW II as part of the Manhattan Project, the urgent effort by the United States to create an atomic bomb before one could be built, it was feared,…
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February 4, 2020 0