Part-history, part-science, this book delves into the fear of nuclear power and radiation. This fear originates with three things: nuclear accidents (like Chernobyl and Fukushima), its depiction in movies and television, and finally the perceived proximity between nuclear weapons and nuclear power. Though these are essentially unrelated technologies, the profound hatred peofront coverple have for nuclear weapons colors opinions about nuclear power as well.

The perception of nuclear power is affected by fear and misinformation. Though it has been around for many decades, it remains shrouded in mystery. Some have a deep-rooted aversion to anything nuclear related and mistake energy and weapons as intimately connected. This perceived connection to nuclear weapons continues to slant attitudes to nuclear power today. After Fukushima: What We Now Know focuses on the construction of the fear around nuclear power and aims to demystify nuclear power and radiation. The history of nuclear power can clear away misguided perceptions about the impact of nuclear power over time. (United States)

Print Release 8.5″ x 11″ August 31st, 2016 Kindle version (US)

Kindle Release August 31st, 2016 (Canada)

Amazon Canada

To come:

Print Release 6″ x 9″ 2017

Audiobook release TBA

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