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Three Mile Island Alert


Unit 2 periodically releases small amounts of radiation to the Susquehanna River. It is uncertain how much uranium and other radioisotopes remain inside.

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You will be able to learn about the accident and the current problems at Three Mile Island by operating our own control room. The 20th anniversary of the accident attracted a great deal of interest from media around the world . March 28, 1979 is a day that will be remembered for many more years by the citizens of this area who faced a very frightening nuclear accident. Conflicting information was the "norm" during the accident and citizens had a hard time deciding whether to stay or evacuate. In fact, the NRC continues to state that the exact plant conditions during the accident are still debated.

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Health Lawsuits
Reinstated by
Federal Court

20th Anniversary
Press Packets

Increased Cancer and Leukemia After TMI

The 1979 TMI Nuclear Accident

Three Mile Island

Current Safety Problems

Only two steps away from another accident in 1999

Three Mile Island

Three Mile Island

Comprehensive List of Safety Problems

Take the Quiz

Three Mile Island Falsified Reactor Coolant Leak Rates

A Shocking Disregard

Where is Three Mile Island?

Radioactive Releases During the TMI Accident

Plant Mutations

About us

Lost and Stolen Nuclear Materials in the United States

Sabotage and Terrorism of Nuclear Power Plants

Gekas & Holden


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How to Contact TMIA

Nuclear Links

Extraordinary Proclamation by the Mayor of Harrisburg

"It was the First Step in a Nuclear Nightmare"

"The Devil Made Three Mile Island" song

TMI at 20


The Problem
With Pebbles