High incidence of deformities

Nuclear fails if for no other reason than it defers its dirt, a public cost, an overwhelming shadow, a policy of dark.

“In this case we found a high incidence of deformed animals.”

“We were amazed to see that there had been no studies on this subject,” says Anders Moller, a researcher at the National Centre for Scientific Research in France, who led the study.

“Ours was the first study to focus on the abundance of animal populations.”

Researchers say they had compared animal populations in radioactive areas with less contaminated plots and found that some were nearly completely depleted of animal life.

“There are areas with an abundance of 100 animals per square meter,” Moller said. “And then there are areas with less than one specimen per square meter on average; the same goes for all groups of species.”

Atoms For Peace, completely depleted.