Lincolnite: Campaigners’ anti-nuke dump banners (and skeleton!) put on map in Google surprise

The Lincolnite: Campaigners’ anti-nuke dump banners (and skeleton!) put on map in Google surprise. “Campaigners fighting a nuclear storage facility in Theddlethorpe have been given an unexpected boost after the latest Google Maps Streetview update included images of their banners – and even a skeleton scarecrow. The images, captured in November 2021 according to Google, include Hallowe’en Scarecrow competition victor Maggie Loy’s winning entry.”

Stanford University: Stanford history project centers on marginalized Bay Area community

Stanford University: Stanford history project centers on marginalized Bay Area community. “Gabrielle Hecht, professor of history in the School of Humanities and Sciences, and PhD student Aliyah Dunn-Salahuddin are producing an open-access, online archive of Bayview-Hunters Point’s toxic legacy from nuclear waste emptied into the neighborhood’s former shipyard after WWII. Their work arose through funding from a 2020 seed grant from the Sustainability Initiative that inspired Stanford’s new school focused on climate and sustainability.”

US Nuclear Regulatory Commission Launches Digital Library of Yucca Mountain Repository Documents

Now available: a digital library of documents related to the Yucca Mountain Depository. “The [Nuclear Regulatory Commission] is flipping the switch today on its new LSN Library — making nearly 3.7 million documents related to the adjudicatory hearing on the proposed Yucca Mountain repository available to the public. The library makes the discovery documents by various parties to the hearing public for the first time in five years, and with enhanced search capabilities.”