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Greenpeace May 14
Mums in are testing everything — rice, vacuum cleaner dust, seafood, moss and soil — for toxic levels of ☢️
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The Mainichi (Japan) May 13
TEPCO conducts test to halt water injection into crippled reactor --
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Reinhard Uhrig May 13
plant water could be stored in tanks long term: gov't source Sr-90-revelation in Tanks "completely destroyed the premise for discussions" of releasing water to ocean
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Greenlabel_sideB May 15
of 137 from Power Plant() at 3.22.2011, reported.(2018.3.17 NHK) is located at orange circle in this picture.
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Christina Consolo ☢ aka RadChick May 13
'Why are pregnancy-related deaths rising in the US?' Check the data since , especially for & .
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Japan Alert App May 13
Earthquake at Fukushima-ken Oki, Magnitude 4.5. Depth 20.0 km. -kenoki
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microcarpa May 15
MP in Diet session,criticized govt as to farmers. Govt claims "Even if Lv was>limit of Control-Area(β+γ=40 KBq/m2),Law intended to apply to arenas such as sites,&NOT APPLICABLE to PUBLIC" Distorts ICPR's "Existing Exposure Situation"
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World Defrag May 16
Damaging rumors?No,it's the correct information. [ - in is ON PROMOTION]
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Christina Consolo ☢ aka RadChick May 14
And it got worse everytime they looked, until they just stopped talking about the US & Europe.
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Dr Claire Corkhill May 14
One of the most famous parts of the lava is called the Elephant’s foot. We’re lucky enough to collaborate with scientists in Ukraine and Russia to learn about this material, so we can help with the clean-up at Chernobyl and .
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Organic Slant 19h
TIME person of the year...every year...
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Organic Slant May 20
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Reinhard Uhrig 19h
TEPCO urged to be cautious about using foreign workers in , citing difficulties in managing the long-term health risk
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Kerstin Frie May 21
Fascinating talk by 's former CEO Naomi Hirose on how the company has dealt with the 2011 nuclear disaster of their Fukushima Daiichi power plant. He says important lessons were learnt, including the necessity to instill a safety culture.
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Beyond Nuclear International May 20
The bottom line is once you create waste there is no good storage or management solution. You are always looking at the "least worst" option. plant water could be stored in tanks long term: gov't source - The Mainichi
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microcarpa May 21
angelica tree sprouts, popular mountain vegetable sampled Apr27,2019,in Gosha-no-mori,Asamigawa,Hirono,Futaba,. Dried/crashed "Cesium total=3,058 Bq/kg.Not safe to eat,but almost of all sprouts harvested. West slope of Gosha-zan mountain highly contaminated"
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microcarpa 9h
specialist sends a letter to Chair to request NOT to open 2020 ,under " since Risk of (internal/external)exposure for participants 's silence&denial,criminal conducts.
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Japan Meltdown 7h
2019-05-22 @ 3:00pm, Avg Background Radiation levels | CA 12.9 | NV 17.0 | UT 12.8 uR/hr
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Henry K. B. 4h
"The more radioactive an isotope is, the faster it decays." Potassium-40(present in all living things) is radioactive and has a very long half-life of 1.251 billions of years, and is responsible for emitting more radiation into the environment than uranium.
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Greenlabel_sideB 11h
Acorns from around Tokyo are contaminated by substance from Daiichi nuclear plant.
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