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Climate alarmist Richard Muller: Real tragedy “is that Japan shut down all its reactors”

Richard Muller, professor of physics at the University of California, Berkeley by Richard Muller / via Wall Street Journal / August 18, 2012 / Denver has particularly high natural radioactivity. It comes primarily from radioactive radon gas, emitted from tiny concentrations of uranium foun ...

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Editorial: The world has forgotten the real victims of Fukushima

by Michael Hanlon / The Telegraph / February 21, 2012 / I watched the terrible events which took place in Japan on March 11 last year with an appalled fascination. The first truly epic natural disaster to be recorded and beamed into a billion homes in real time produced dreadful images which ...

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Editorial: Why we must phase out nuclear power

by Caroline Lucas, Rebecca Harms, and Dany Cohn-Bendit / The Guardian / February 17, 2012 / Rebecca Harms and Dany Cohn-Bendit are co-presidents of the Greens/EFA group in the European parliament On 11 March last year, Japan was hit by massive earthquake and tsunami, resulting in thousands ...

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The Day Before Fukushima

by Glenn "Rhino" Griffith / Santa Barbara Independent / October 27, 2011 On October 5, I had the opportunity to tour Diablo. You will be glad to know that any worries you might have about Diablo are unfounded and silly, and you really should just relax. The day before Fukushima is how ...

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Jason Bartashius / The Japan Times / October 25, 2011 / Dear Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda, After the disasters of March 11 occurred, I was reminded of Akira Kurosawa's 1990 movie, "Dreams." The film includes one episode, "Mount Fuji in Red," that depicts explosions at a nuclear power plant ...

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