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Mickey Mouse and Goofy Explore Energy Conservation Parts 2 and 3

 Enjoy Mickey Mouse and Goofy conservation comics published by Walt Disney productions in 1978. Compare how the issues and much of the "exploration" has changed, or not changed, in 30 years. 

These comic books were provided in large quantities, without charge by Exxon Corp. 

Open pdfs for Parts 2 and 3: 

 

Mickey Mouse and Goofy Explore Energy Conservation Part I

Enjoy Mickey Mouse and Goofy conservation comics published by Walt Disney productions in 1978. Compare how the issues and much of the "exploration" has changed, or not changed, in 30 years. 

These comic books were provided in large quantities, without charge by Exxon Corp. 

Open pdf for Part I: 

 

 

 

Still Cause for Concern at TMI

Security Is Better, but Steps Don't Go Far Enough

By Scott Portzline

In the summer before the 9-11 attacks, Al Qaeda operatives traveled to Three Mile Island on a surveillance mission. 

 

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30 years later: Do nuclear plants operate more safely?

February 13, 2009 12:47 pm         

The most serious accident in US commercial nuclear power history: people vs. government

By Nicole Back - Staff Writer

After three decades, the debate continues. A crowd gathers near TMI after the 1979 accident. Many residents were demanding information.

 

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission stands by its claim that the most serious accident in US commercial nuclear power history did not cause any physical harm to those who were directly affected.

 

Hundreds of people lived near Three Mile Island when equipment malfunctions, design related problems and worker errors led to the partial meltdown of the TMI-2 reactor core. Residents insist the US government is lying about what really happened to them.

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