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October 19, 2011 at 12:30 pm


  1. Is there a volunteer group I can contact as I would like to go to Japan to help with clearing up

    Thank you


  2. Japan has made the best move away from atomic energy by instituting a Feed-in Tariff requiring Utilities to pay homeowners & farmers $0.53 kwh for feeding solar onto the grid.
    This will make Japan 100% solar powered by 2041.
    The US needs to copy the FiT and pay $0.80 kwh,
    like Ontario, Canada is.

  3. Allen Murray, if you want to help Japan, then draft a Feed-in Tariff petition for your city and collect 100 signatures of your friends. I have almost 3,000 signatures in SF. You can copy my petition at: Youtube: paul8kangas. American needs to catch up to the great progress Japan is making.

  4. Is there a way to make someone in a position of influence aware of Paul Stamets’ incredible work with mushrooms? He developed a comprehensive cleanup plan for Fukushima back in 2011:

    We’ve given TEPCO too much time to mess around with bandaid “solutions.” How do we get some positive action that improves the situation instead of making it worse?

  5. Can I post your updates on Facebook?

  6. Someone must stop the insanity. We are going to have to do it. I don’t want to insure a losing technology. They can’t contain it .we can’t afford to insure it.they don’t know how to dispose of it. we can’t pown it off on our grandchildren and their grandchildren. there’s no safe dose of radiation. All food needs to have radiation level as a ingredient. .stop the insanity.

  7. Industrial size blenders using liquid Nitrogen can turn water to supercooled slurry &mayby stop this meltdown


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