Monthly Archives: April 2012

Where is Japan’s Missing Plutonium?

by Dennis Riches / nf2045.blogspot.com / April 17, 2012 Twenty-four years ago, in 1988, I was living in Japan for the first time and starting to learn a little about the frightening aspects of Japan’s nuclearization. Back then, a small booklet by a writer who was often described as “just a ...

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How do you solve a nuclear crisis? (video)

via MSNBC / April 6, 2012 Visit msnbc.com for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy

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Japanese ghost ship shows up off Canadian coast

Drifting Japanese fishing trawler first major piece of Japanese tsunami debris to cross the Pacific Ocean by Simon Kent / via canoe.ca / March 31, 2012 / It was almost as if the Marie Celeste had sailed back from the watery pages of history. Seemingly, all of Canada saw the picture last ...

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Fukushima reactor shows radiation levels much higher than thought

via Guardian.co.uk / March 28, 2012 One of Japan's crippled nuclear reactors still has fatally high radiation levels and much less water to cool it than officials estimated, according to an internal examination that renews doubts about the plant's stability. A tool equipped with a tiny vide ...

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