Nuclear Tests

The German government paid over $500,000 to hunters in 2009 for wild boar that had to be destroyed after traces of radioactivity were found.

Germany’s Radioactive Wild Boars

Will Sullivan | Smithsonian Magazine Fallout from nuclear tests conducted in the mid-20th century may contribute to the high levels of radiation seen in the animals today, a new study finds. From weapons tests to destructive accidents at power plants, human nuclear activity has contaminated the Earth with radioactive material.Read More

Solidarities in the nuclear Anthropocene: Prof Bo Jacobs reflects on radioactive fallouts of N-tests

Solidarities in the nuclear Anthropocene: Prof Bo Jacobs reflects on radioactive fallouts of N-tests

Consequences of Nuclear Tests, Pokhran and Beyond: An Interview with Prof. Robert Jacobs | DiaNuke.org Editor’s note: On the 25th anniversary of the N-tests in South Asia, we are reproducing a DiaNuke.org interview with Prof. Robert Jacobs of the Hiroshima Peace Institute, Japan on the various human, climatic and politicalRead More

Inglorious fallacies and arrogant nuclearisms: Praful Bidwai on the 1998 N-tests

Inglorious fallacies and arrogant nuclearisms: Praful Bidwai on the 1998 N-tests

Nuclear Tests, Pokhran Tests May 12, 2023 at 2:39 am 0 comments

India defiled, Indians diminished | Frontline, The Hindu – PRAFUL BIDWAI The BJP has inflicted nuclear humiliation upon the nation, while compromising India’s security and jeopardising popular welfare. MAY 11, 1998, will go down as one of the darkest days in India’s history, comparable to December 6, 1992. The threeRead More

Is the Buddha still Smiling? Lalita Ramdas’ compelling reflections on India’s 1998 nuclear tests

Is the Buddha still Smiling? Lalita Ramdas’ compelling reflections on India’s 1998 nuclear tests

Nuclear Tests, Pokhran Tests May 12, 2023 at 1:59 am 0 comments

Buddha is Smiling? Reflections on India’s Nuclear Tests | SACW Letter to my Daughters, my grandchildren – Indian, Pakistani, American from an anguished woman, wife, mother, grandmother, educator! – Lalita Ramdas May 12, 1998 It was an incredibly magnificent full moon night – Buddha Purnima, May 11 1998 – andRead More