5,500 and Counting

A cloudy, calm day greeted Kathmandu on April 25, 2015. A cool 62 degrees reigned over the day as a Saturday passed, giving way to what was supposed to be another regular Sunday. 07:09:08.90 UTC, Apr 26, 2015 The ground cracked and separated beneath feet. Buildings crashed to their doom. Chaos reared its manic head […]

The Forgotten

I recently heard on the radio how the Japanese industry minister resigned over his inappropriate “town of death” comment. That was the first time in months I had heard any slight mention of the Fukushima nuclear disaster. What was regaled as the worst nuclear fallout since Chernobyl seemed to fizz in away in the Western […]