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September 24, 2013
Atomic Goal: 800 Years of Power From Waste.


September 24, 2013
India Plans To Build The Largest Solar Plant In The World.


September 24, 2013
At 45:00 in
Gregory Jaczko, Former Chairman of the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission: There’s very risk significant activities happening in the next several months with the attempt to remove fuel from the Unit 4 spent fuel pool.
That’s a very significant activity, and it’s also unprecedented.
There’s significant structural damage to the Unit 4 spent fuel pool. New structures had to be created.
They’re going to have to lift significant debris from the pools.
These are all very, very unprecedented activities.
Watch the FCCJ event here


September 24, 2013
Energy outlines new approach to problem-riddled Hanford cleanup.


September 24, 2013
Oregon Earthquake Experts Believe State Is Due For ‘The Big One’.
On Oct. 17, at 10:17 a.m. millions across the United States will “Drop, Cover, and Hold” for the Great ShakeOut, a worldwide earthquake drill designed to teach people how to prepare for an earthquake.



September 24, 2013
Ex-top U.S. nuclear regulator counsels end to atomic power.


September 24, 2013
First US nuclear power closures in 15 years signal wider industry problems.
As the economics of building plants and maintaining old ones erode, some experts see little hope for an industry being touted by some as a climate savior.


September 23, 2013
In a stunning international press conference held in Tokyo last Monday, the former head of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC), Gregory Jaczko says “We need to rethink all nuclear reactors currently in operation. We need to be putting resources into developing new energy sources”. Jaczko makes it clear that the risk of nuclear power in it’s present condition is unwarranted.


September 23, 2013
Upstream Dam Failures May Cause Fukushima-Level Events at “Multiple” Plants .


September 23, 2013
Radioactive Cesium still found in drinking water in Japan including Tokyo.


September 23, 2013
Study: High concentrations of Fukushima radioactive material will reach west coast of North America — “Entire coast” to be affected from Alaska to Mexico — “Can negatively affect human life for decades… should raise concern” (MODEL).


September 23, 2013
Study: Contamination in Tokyo suburb 3 times higher than area just 1 mile from Fukushima Daiichi — Nuclear Scientist: Significant contamination in Tokyo, a serious problem.


September 23, 2013
EU-funded Research: Fukushima atmospheric release of 210 quadrillion becquerels of cesium-137 used as upper bound in simulation — Chernobyl estimated at 70 to 85 quadrillion.


September 22, 2013 (repost)
Major NGOs speak out about the Fukushima disaster!
Below is a list of the organisations that spoke out in defence of the children of Fukushima.No individual countries made any statement concerning the Fukushima disaster and the plight of local residence at the UN meeting March 2013


September 22, 2013
Nuclear Weapons Test from Vandenberg Air Force Base.


September 21, 2013
Fukushima contamination data wrong, may be 1,000% of levels reported by gov’t and Tepco — 60 billion becquerels of strontium and cesium claimed to be flowing to ‘outer ocean’ each day.


September 22, 2013
China says they have siezed 1800 tons of radioactive scrap metal from Japan so far. All of it is over the limit allowed and considered unsafe for human contact.


September 21, 2013
Japanese gov has started asking for the international advice for contaminated water issue.


September 21, 2013
Humankind’s Most Dangerous Moment: Fukushima Fuel Pool at Unit 4. “This is an Issue of Human Survival.”


September 20, 2013
Japan Meteorological Research Institute “Contaminated seawater reaches the east coast of Australia and Indonesia”.(check out the chart)


September 20, 2013
Is a Study Abroad Program in Japan Safe? By Yuri Hiranuma


September 20, 2013
Fukushima Forever.


September 20, 2013
Much more serious is the danger that the spent fuel rod pool at the top of the nuclear plant number four will collapse in a storm or an earthquake, or in a failed attempt to carefully remove each of the 1,535 rods and safely transport them to the common storage pool 50 meters away. Conditions in the unit 4 pool, 100 feet from the ground, are perilous, and if any two of the rods touch it could cause a nuclear reaction that would be uncontrollable. The radiation emitted from all these rods, if they are not continually cool and kept separate, would require the evacuation of surrounding areas including Tokyo. Because of the radiation at the site the 6,375 rods in the common storage pool could not be continuously cooled; they would fission and all of humanity will be threatened, for thousands of years. […]
The denial that Fukushima has any significant health impacts echoes the denials of the atomic bomb effects in 1945; the secrecy surrounding Windscale and Chelyabinsk; the studies suggesting that the fallout from Three Mile Island was, in fact, serious; and the multiple denials regarding Chernobyl (that it happened, that it was serious, and that it is still serious).


September 20, 2013
More Fukushima plant workers show health problems
4.21% of the employees in the area, showed unhealthy medical readings, such as higher white blood cell counts.


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  1. Michael..what a great way to start a New Year! It is just way beyond terrific to have all of these important articles, with their links, all listed on one page. First of all, it is really impressive to see that there are so many recent articles that MUST be read, and second…it is wonderful not to have to go hunting for them. I just wish I had the time back that I have spent in the past, trying to locate these articles, in order to forward them to friends, in an attempt to inform and educate them as to the nuclear crisis that is going on, thanks to Fukushima. I just wish that the US Government would go and do likewise!
    While I know that there are certainly articles on this potential global disaster to be found in some small newspapers, I have not, so far, found anyone, anywhere, who has been tackling the whole Fukushima disaster, head on, as you have been doing. And, in addition, you have also written many articles, plus, now, a five part series, on our local nuclear and toxic chemical contamination on the Santa Susana Field Laboratory.
    I cannot believe how incredibly lucky that we all are to have you here in our midst, doing your knowledgeable environmental reporting, without which we would basically all be in the dark, when it comes to understanding and interpreting everything that has been happening in California, the USA, and the World. My hope is that in 2013, you, and also Denise, will continue to have the concern, energy and courage to keep investigating and writing about all of these issues, which affect the health and welfare of all of us.
    Meanwhile, 2012 grateful THANKS!

  2. radar.weather.gov/Conus/full.php Check out this site to see the [possibly] radioactive clouds across USA

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