Cleanup From Fukushima Daiichi: Technological Disaster Or Crisis In Governance?

16 November 2012

Power & illicit sex: Age-old companions

Hollow Strength


The large majority of writing in 2013 and late 2012,  provides more than two dozen articles on topics of cyber-security, economics, and other international security topics, which are not available to the general public.  They can only be accessed by members of the subscription service LIGNET, The Langley Intelligence Group Network.

5 May 2013

Dozens (Yes, Dozens) Show Up For Anonymous’ Million-Mask March

Immediately after the tsunami, Wang visited the Japanese consul general in Los Angeles to offer his company’s assistance in dealing the huge threat to public health posed by this mass casualty event.  The response by Japan’s consul-general made Wang’s jaw drop.  “Absolutely not,” the consul replied,  continuing on with rejection language so brusque, Wang had no doubt his offer was taken as an insult.


A novel by Art Keller

More than 19,000 Japanese drowned, their bodies scattered on Japan’s eastern shores when  a tsunami struck Japan on March 11, 2011.  Kevin Wang wanted to help, and his Anaheim, Califonia-based company,PowerPlus, had the cleaning know-how to handle almost anything.  Wang has spent decades developing equipment to clean up almost every sort of nasty gunk in existence, from massive oil spills, to radiological contamination, to dead bodies in quantity.



Art Keller

Freelance writer on human intelligence, crime,  WMD proliferation, technology, and terrorism.

June, 2014. The world is shocked as Iran's newest and most powerful destroyer, the Shaheed, explodes and sinks on its maiden voyage, killing a full cadre of VIPs, including a dozen of the most powerful clerics in Iran. 


20 August 2010

It Worked on Saddam